NEW PASS WILL BE FOR THE NEXT TWO MONTHS (JULY AND AUGUST). Your Pass for the month of June expires on June 30, please call or come to the Parish office before June 17 (Wednesday) to get your pass for the next two months. If you fail to reserve your seat for the next two Months before June 17, we will give that seat to others who need a seat for that time of the Mass. We would encourage everyone to keep the same seat and time of the Mass . This way it’ s easier for the parish staff to keep the contact tracing for the record.
For Saturday 5.P.M Mass and Sunday 6.P.M Mass, you can use the Wakea Ave for the entrance and exit for the parking. But for Sunday morning masses the Entrance to Church parking lot will be Puunene Ave and exit out on Wakea Ave.
Church Door will open 30 minutes prior to Mass to avoid delaying of starting the Mass on time.
Please wear your Face Mask even outside as you stand in 6 feet distance for the entrance to Church and avoid talking to each other.
After the Mass follow the Ushers instructions for Church exit. Keeping 6 feet distance and exit through parking side door and front Door. Please be patient as you leave the church after Mass. No socializing in the parking lot.
Avoid going to restroom, if you do go, only one person at a time in the restroom. Weekday Masses are done in the Parish Hall. No need for reservation. We will register your name as you come for the Mass.
Do not use the Sacristy Door as an entrance to the Church. That door is only for those who are serving at the Mass.
Those who have no ticket and would like to attend mass on Sunday, please Call the Parish office 877-6098. When all the masses are filled up, if necessary we will add another Mass in the Hall.
WE THANK YOU IN ADVANCE FOR YOUR COOPERATION. PLEASE BE PATIENT AS WE ARE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER. WE WILL OVERCOME THIS CRISIS BECAUSE THE RISEN CHRIST JESUS IS WITH US
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Dear God of all the living, you sent your Son Jesus to heal us from illness and sin. We turn to his healing power in this time of anxiety over the pandemic of this potentially deadly virus. St. Damien and St. Marianne Cope dedicated their lives to service of those who had an infectious disease. St. Marianne Cope said, “I am not afraid of any disease,” because she was confident of your power to save. At the same time, she took prudent precautions of hygiene to assure that she and her Sisters would not be infected. Let us learn from this example to put our trust in you to save us from the ravages of disease and to take prudent measures to prevent its spread. Guide us to know when to isolate ourselves from the possibility of infection, but never let anyone be left without the care and concern of others in the community. As our Diocese of Honolulu has been dedicated to the Divine Mercy, we pray with confidence, “Jesus, I trust in you.”Bishop Larry Silva
Let us all pray in these hard times for early solutions for this epidemic.
Fr. Gus. MS, Pastor