HOLY MATRIMONY

HOLY MATRIMONY AT IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH

Congratulations! The two of you have made an important decision to enter into the Sacrament of Matrimony.  We ask you to please contact the parish at least 6 months prior to the proposed wedding date.

Immaculate Conception follows the rules of Holy Matrimony as set forth by the Diocese of Honolulu. Ordinarily those receiving the Sacrament of Matrimony are parishioners of Immaculate Conception Church. However, if you are from another parish and desire to be married at Immaculate Conception Church, all paperwork and preparation must be completed in your home parish. The permission of your pastor is required and a letter with the parish seal must be sent to Immaculate Conception Church for validation. All paperwork needs to be received at Immaculate Conception Church no later than six months prior to the wedding.

For those who want to get married in Hawaii and are coming from another State.  Please check here.

WEDDING CEREMONIES

Wedding ceremonies are not customary during the seasons of Advent or Lent.

However, if an exception is granted, decorations should not be elaborate and that the number of participants in the wedding party be kept to a minimum (bridesmaids and groomsmens).

 

Learn more about the Sacrament of Holy Matrimony 

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