Rev July 30, 2021
Sunday Masses
7 am, 9 am, 11 am
and 5 pm
Saturday Vigil Mass: 5 pm
Weekday Masses
Monday - Friday:  8:15 am
Saturday 7 am
Adoration with Benediction
Every first Friday of each month.  Exposition & Adoration at 7 am, Holy Rosary at 8 am followed by Mass.
Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession)
by appointment only
Saturday 4 - 4:30 pm
& Other times
 Call the Parish Office
Bishop Larry Silva announces the "Resumption of Sunday Mass Obligation":
Effective Easter Sunday, April 4 (or as of the Easter Vigil, April 3), I am ending the dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass, which has been in effect since mid-March, 2020. However, anyone who is sick, may have been exposed to anyone with COVID-19, or who has a health condition that would endanger themselves or others by being present in church, continues to be dispensed.
       Please click on the link below to read the Bishop's Memorandum in its entirety.
"As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, this new year brings some hope in controlling the virus through vaccines. The State of Hawaii vaccination plan is being implemented at this time. You may have some moral or ethical concerns regarding the potential contents (compromised cell lines/fetal cells) of these vaccines in relation to our Catholic teaching and faith."  Click on the link below to read the Bishop's letter in its entirety.
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Every year, Lent serves as an opportunity for us to examine our lives and to clearly see our sins. It is a time for us to pause from the hustle and bustle of life and to reexamine the road we are traveling. It is never easy to look at our own sins and to admit our failures in following God’s Commandments. It is so much easier to point out other people’s mistakes and imperfections. Admitting our own sinfulness can sometimes lead to depression, hopelessness, loneliness, and even despair. Brothers and sisters in Christ, we must overcome the temptation to despair and we will not be able to overcome that temptation by denying or ignoring our sin. The only way we can overcome the depression, hopelessness, loneliness, and despair brought about by our sinfulness is to turn our eyes to the power and glory of God.
The Transfiguration event witnessed by Peter, James, and John provide them hope as they prepare to face the suffering and death of Jesus. They are given this glimpse of glory and hope as they prepare to see Jesus embrace their sins and endure the consequences.
Hope is very important because we are doomed if we face sin without hope. But if we face our sins and remember our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and remember what He has done for us, then facing our sins will lead us not into despair but into victory and glory.
As the Apostles looked on and saw Jesus transfigured, they heard a voice from Heaven say, “This is my beloved Son, with whom I am well pleased; listen to him” (Mt. 17:5). Our Almighty Father in heaven spoke this of Jesus, but He also desires to speak it of each one of us. We need to see in the Transfiguration the end and goal of our lives. We need to know, with the deepest conviction, that the Father desires to transform us into the whitest light, lifting all of our sins, and bestowing upon us the great dignity of being true sons and daughters of Him.
So today on this Second Sunday of Lent, as we reflect upon our sins, we must also reflect upon the transfigured and glorious nature of our divine Lord. Our Lord Jesus Christ came to bestow the gift of holiness on each one of us. This is our calling and our dignity as children of God. This is who we must become, and the only way to do so is to allow God to cleanse us of every sin in our lives and to draw us into His glorious life of grace. We must allow the mercy and grace of God to turn our white baptismal garment that has been stained by our sins to become dazzling white once again. “Jesus King of Mercy…We trust in you!!!”
Peace and Blessings to All, Deacon Rey Dinulong
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What's New
2021 OLPH Stewardship Report
The OLPH Annual Stewardship report is posted to the "Parish News, Schedules & Calendar" section.

March 2023 Schedules

The March EMHC schedule, EMHC Vigil Mass schedule, Sacristan schedule, the Lector & Commentator schedule and the Holy Rosary schedule are posted to the "Parish News, Schedules & Calendar" section.

Master Plan Update
November 30, 2022
Click the link below for the latest Master Plan Update which includes the lastest Master Plan Diagram.
March 4, Saturday
6:30 am - Holy Rosary w/ Mass
4:30 pm - Holy Rosary w/ Mass
March 5, Sunday
2nd Sunday of Lent
6:30 am - Holy Rosary w/ Mass
8:30 am - Holy Rosary w/ Mass
10:30 am - Holy Rosary w/ Mass
1 pm - CCD
3 pm - CCD
3 pm - EDGE, Conference Rm 2
4:30 pm - Holy Rosary w/ Mass
6:30 pm - Life Night
March 6, Monday
7:45 am - Holy Rosary w/ Mass
March 7, Tuesday
7:45 am - Holy Rosary w/ Mass
March 8, Wednesday
7:45 am - Holy Rosary w/ Mass
5:00 pm - Adoration w/ Benediction
March 9, Thursday
7:45 am - Holy Rosary w/ Mass
March 10, Friday
5:30 pm - Holy Rosary w/ Mass
7 pm - Stations of the Cross
March 11, Saturday
 6:30 am - Holy Rosary w/ Mass
4:30 pm - Holy Rosary w/ Mass
March 12, Sunday
3rd Sunday of Lent
6:30 am - Holy Rosary w/ Mass
8:30 am - Holy Rosary w/ Mass
10:30 am - Holy Rosary w/ Mass
1 pm - CCD
3 pm - CCD
3 pm - EDGE, Conference Rm 2
4:30 pm -  Holy Rosary w/ Mass
6:30 pm - Life Night
If you have any questions, please call the Parish Office at (808) 689-8681
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