BULLETINS

November 22, 2020

Our Lord Jesus Christ King of the Universe

The Lord Jesus is our shepherd.  At the end, at His coming, He will hand over the kingdom to his Father.  He will "judge between one sheep and another, between rams and goats", between those who have lived their lives for others, and those who have lived for themselves.

November 15, 2020

Thirty-Third Sunday of Ordinary Time

They are happy who fear the Lord, who use their gifts and talents in the service of one another, especialy the poor and the needy.  They shall be known as children of th elight, and will be ready for the Lord's return.

November 08, 2020

Thirty-Second Sunday of Ordinary Time

We seek many things in this life, but we should seek first the Lord and His wisdom.  By so living, we will keep vigil for the Lord as we await His return in glory.

November 01, 2020

Solemnity of All Saints

Let us rejoice in all the men and women, blest in the eyes of the Lord, who celebrate the heavenly liturgy.  They stand in God's holy place and sing of the love the Father has bestowed upon them through the blod of the Lamb.

October 25, 2020

Thirtieth Sunday of Ordinary Time

We are to love the Lord with our whole heart, and our neighbor as ourselves.  By thus fulfilling these two commandments, we hope to become models of faith and imitators of the Lord who gave himself totally for our sakes.

October 18, 2020

Twenty-Ninth Sunday of Ordinary Time

The Lord is king and there is no other.  We are to render to God, therefore, fitting praise and service, as is God's due.  God's word to us, in turn, is a matter of power and strength, to be lived with conviction.

October 11, 2020

Twenty-Eighth Sunday of Ordinary Time

The Lord invites us to a banquet, one of the favorite images of messianic times.  This banquet is spread before us and can fully satisfy our needs, yet how often have we refused the Lord's needs.  We are to hear the word and keep it.

October 04, 2020

Twenty-Seventh Sunday of Ordinary Time

The vineyard of the Lord is the home of Israel.  At vintage time the master will return to receive the harvest.  May we bear fruit in plenty, and be pleasing in his sight by living lives that are marked by love and respect.

September 27, 2020

Twenty-Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time

Jesus was obedient to the Father, even to death on a cross. We need never fear if we turn away from the path of virtue for the Lord is ever ready to forgive us, if we but repent. Remember, the Lord's compassion and kindness are from of old. 

September 20, 2020

Twenty-Fifth Sunday of Ordinary Time

How different are the Lord's ways from our own!  Gracious and good to all, the Lord is equally generous in compassion and love to both those who are quick to respond to His invitation, as well as those are slow to hear His call.  May the Lord Jesus always be our life.

September 13, 2020

Twenty-Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time

As the Lord is kind and merciful, so should we be forgiving toward one another.  Our forgiveness is to be without limit and so reflect Christ's eternal love.  He alone is Lord.

September 06, 2020

Twenty-Third Sunday of Ordinary Time

May our hearts not be hardene, but may we turn from our sin.  In our love for one another, we may be called to confront our brother and sister for the wrong they may be doing.

August 30, 2020

Twenty-Second Sunday of Ordinary Time

Following the Lord means nothing less than the cross; offering ourselves with Jesus as a living sacrifice and not conforming ourselves to this world.  Following Him will entail derision and scorn, yest the Lord is our help.

August 23, 2020

Twenty-First Sunday of Ordinary Time

As Eliakim is given authority as master of the palace, so does Jesus confer upon Peter authority to bind and loose.  To Jesus, who promised to be with His Church for all time, be glory for ever and ever!

August 16, 2020

Twentieth Sunday of Ordinary Time

All peoples are invited to worship the Lord and to know His ways.  God's gifts and His call are to Jew and Gentile alike.  Jesus recognizes the universality of God's call in granting the request of the Canaanite woman.

August 09, 2020

Nineteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time

In the midst of our trials and tribulations, the Lord extends His hands to us and saves us.  He claims our frightened hearts through His quiet presence.  May our faith in the Lord draw God's chosen people to the new covenant in Christ.

August 02, 2020

Eighteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time

Jesus has pity on the crowd and miraculously feeds them.  In His compassion, the Lord answers all our needs, thus renewing his covenant of love with us.  Nothing can separate us from the love of Christ.

July 26, 2020

Seventeenth Sunday of Ordinary Time

The person with true wisdom, like Solomon, will seek the reign of God and treasure it above all else. It is more precious than gold and silver. Thus one becomes conformed to the image of Christ, the Son.

July 19, 2020

Sixteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time

In His patience, the Lord allows both weeds and wheat to grow together, both saints and sinners to respond to salvation in the Kingdom.  This Lord is good and forgiving, lenient to all, desiring repentance for our sins.  May the Spirit assist us in our weakness.

July 12, 2020

Fifteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time

"The seed that falls on good ground will yield a fruitful harvest" (Ps, 3).  May the soil of our hearts be receptive to the Word and carry it out through the presence of the Spirit.

July 05, 2020

Fourteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time

Jesus, gentle and humble of heart, came to bring peace to all people.  We are called to live in His Spirit, to be gracious, merciful, and compassionate to all.

June 28, 2020

Thirteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time

If we have died with Christ, we believe we shall also live with Him.  He invites us to take up our cross and follow Him, and to respond to those who are in need, as did the woman who extended hospitatility to Elisha the prophet.  Blessed is she who walked in the countenance of the Lord.

June 21, 2020

Twelfth Sunday of Ordinary Time

You have been saved by the grace of God in the person of Jesus Christ. Hence, do not fear those who can take away your mortal life, for the Lord will protect and defend you unto life everlasting.

June 14, 2020

The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ

The cup we share, is it not the blood of Christ?  And the bread we break, is it not his body?  Just as God fed the Israelites with manna from heaven, so too do we feed on the best of wheat, the bread of angels, food for the pilgrim journey.

June 07, 2020

Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity

God sent his Son to save us and to forgive us, making us his adopted children.  Like the Trinity, may we be united in peace and love through the Spirit, through whom we offer God praise and glory.

May 24, 2020

The Ascension of the Lord

Jesus commissions his disciples to baptize in his name, reminding them that he is always present through his Spirit. Having ascended to his Father amid cries of gladness, we are to be his witnesses for we have been gifted with his Spirit of wisdom and revelation. Let us, therefore, live in a manner worthy of the call we have received.

May 17, 2020

Sixth Sunday of Easter

The people of Samaria come to worship the Lord and receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. It is this same Spirit that leads us into the truth. In body, Jesus was put to death; in the Spirit, he was raised to life. We are called to this same glory.

Please join us for live stream mass at ICC Facebook PageLive stream Mass begins at 8:30 a.m.

Although public Masses have been suspended, you can still support your local parish. The Diocese of Honolulu has setup an Online Parish Offertory page at https://catholichawaii.org/offertory

These are two ways to give to your parish online. 

1) Check the Parish Listing on the Diocesan website to see if your parish has a "Give to . . . " button and give directly to your parish.

2) Visit our Online Parish Offertory page. 100% of your donation will go toward your selected parish(es). The Diocese will also send a tax acknowledgment letter to any donors that give through the offertory page.

May 03, 2020

Fourth Sunday of Easter

God made Jesus both Lord and Messiah. Through his wounds, we have been healed and have returned to our shepherd. Let us listen for his voice and follow him.

Please join us for live stream mass at ICC Facebook Page.  Live stream Mass begins at 8:30 a.m.

Although public Masses have been suspended, you can still support your local parish. The Diocese of Honolulu has setup an Online Parish Offertory page at https://catholichawaii.org/offertory

These are two ways to give to your parish online. 

1) Check the Parish Listing on the Diocesan website to see if your parish has a "Give to . . . " button and give directly to your parish.

2) Visit our Online Parish Offertory page. 100% of your donation will go toward your selected parish(es). The Diocese will also send a tax acknowledgment letter to any donors that give through the offertory page.

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April 26, 2020

Third Sunday of Easter

Stephen entrusts his spirit to the just one, the bread of life come down from heaven.

Please join us for live stream mass at ICC Facebook Page.  Live stream Mass begins at 8:30 a.m.

Although public Masses have been suspended, you can still support your local parish. The Diocese of Honolulu has setup an Online Parish Offertory page at https://catholichawaii.org/offertory

These are two ways to give to your parish online. 

1) Check the Parish Listing on the Diocesan website to see if your parish has a "Give to . . . " button and give directly to your parish.

2) Visit our Online Parish Offertory page. 100% of your donation will go toward your selected parish(es). The Diocese will also send a tax acknowledgment letter to any donors that give through the offertory page.

April 19, 2020

Second Sunday of Easter or Divine Mercy Sunday

Thomas believed because he saw the risen Jesus. Although we have never seen him, we believe in him. We give thanks to the Lord for this gift of faith, especially during this worldwide pandemic and when we gather for the breaking of the bread and the prayers.

April 12, 2020

Easter Sunday

On this day of days we offer a joyful sacrifice of praise to the Father who raised his Son from the dead. Let us be intent upon the life Christ offers us, Christ our Passover who has been sacrificed.

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The Easter Vigil 

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Easter Sunday (8:30AM)

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