Calling all volunteers : St. Ann School Ho`olaule`a on May 6

first aid.pngCalling all volunteers to help at our first ever St. Ann School Ho`olaule`a on May 6, 2017, from 8am-2pm!  We are in need of volunteers to work games, rides, dunking booth, arts & crafts and much more.

The shifts are as follows:

  • 7:15am – 9:30am
  • 9:15am – 11:30am
  • 11:15am – 1:30pm
  • 1:15pm – 3:30pm

We are also in need of a nurse to run our first aid station during the Ho`olaule`a from 8:00am – 10:00am.

If you are interested and available, please contact Mandy Brown at 247-3092 ext. 102.   We are truly grateful to our parishioners for all that you do for the school.  We look forward to seeing you there!


Easter Triduum Schedule 2017

Easter Triduum Schedule 2017

12Holy Thursday
April 13, 2017 @ 7:00pm
Mass, Procession to Queen of Peace Chapel, Adoration till 10:00pm
(No 7:00am Mass)

Picture9Good Friday
April 14, 2017 @ 7:00pm
Service, Liturgy of the
Word, Adoration of the Holy Cross and Rite of Communion
(No 7:00am Mass)

Holy Saturday
April 15, 2017 @ 8:00pm
3Easter Vigil
Followed by a reception in the Food Court for the Confirmed.
(No 7:00am Mass, No 4:00pm Reconciliation and
No 6:00pm Mass)

4Easter Sunday
April 16, 2017 @ 7:00, 8:45 and 11:30am Masses
5:00pm Mass)
Easer Egg Hunt following the 8:45am Mass. Meet in the St. Ann Food Court and please be sure to bring a basket for your child


Next Sunday’s Readings – April 9, 2017


Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord

Matthew 21:1-11 Isaiah 50:4-7 Philippians 2:6-11 Matthew 26:14-27:66

Does the King of glory find a welcome entry in your home and heart? Jesus went to Jerusalem knowing full well what awaited him – betrayal, rejection, and crucifixion. The people of Jerusalem, however, were ready to hail him as their Messianic King! Little did they know what it would cost this king to usher in his kingdom. Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem astride a colt was a direct fulfillment of the Messianic prophecy of Zechariah (9:9):

Rejoice greatly, O daughter of Zion. Shout aloud, O daughter of Jerusalem. Lo, your king comes to you; triumphant and victorious is he, and riding on an donkey and upon a colt the foal of a donkey.

The colt was a sign of peace. Jesus enters Jerusalem in meekness and humility, as the Messianic King who offers victory and peace to his people. That victory and peace would be secured in the cross and resurrection which would soon take place at the time of Passover.

Augustine, the great 5th century church father, comments on the significance of Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem:

“The master of humility is Christ who humbled himself and became obedient even to death, even the death of the cross. Thus he does not lose his divinity when he teaches us humility… What great thing was it to the king of the ages to become the king of humanity? For Christ was not the king of Israel so that he might exact a tax or equip an army with weaponry and visibly vanquish an enemy. He was the king of Israel in that he rules minds, in that he gives counsel for eternity, in that he leads into the kingdom of heaven for those who believe, hope, and love. It is a condescension, not an advancement for one who is the Son of God, equal to the Father, the Word through whom all things were made, to become king of Israel. It is an indication of pity, not an increase in power.” (Tractates on John 51.3-4)

Psalm 24 is another prophetic passage which echoes this triumphal procession of the King of glory:

Lift up your heads, O gates! and be lifted up, O ancient doors! that the King of glory may come in.

Jesus Christ came to bring us the kingdom of God. He is the true King who offers peace, joy, and everlasting life for those who accept his kingship. Does the King of glory find a welcome entry in your heart and home? Do your walls echo with the praise of his glory?

“Lord Jesus, be the King and Ruler of my heart, mind, life, and home. May my life reflect your meekness and humility that you may be honored as the King of glory!”

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Ministers Needed!


Ministers Needed!



“Come, you who are blessed by my Father. Inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world. For I was … ill and you cared for me…. (Mt. 25:34-36) Caring for the sick is one of the seven Corporal Works of Mercy.

Please consider helping with homeboundour St. Ann outreach to the sick in their homes and at care homes. If the
spirit moves you, please call Fr. Ed Popish, at 247-3092 ext. 112 for more information.

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Stations of the Cross & Taize Prayer 2017

stations of the crossStations of the Cross

Dates: Fridays:  March 24, 31 and April 7
Time: 7:00pm
Place: St. Ann Church

Taizé Prayer Service 2017

taize.pngThe Taizé Prayer Service is a quiet, contemplative form of community worship. Some key
elements of the service include Taizé songs, Scripture readings, silence and Veneration of the Cross. Join us as we prepare our hearts and minds during the Lenten Season.
St. Ann will sponsor this unique style of prayer and welcomes all to participate.

Date: Friday, April 7, 2017 Time: 7:30pm

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Lanakila Pacific

St. Ann Church

  Saturday  & Sunday, February 25 & 26, 2017    

Volunteers are essential to our organization. We depend on volunteers to deliver meals to over  1,500 Kupuna island-wide each week. Help share our mission with those who would benefit the most.  

Interested in Becoming a Volunteer?

– Complete Volunteer Application online at

  (Background check and TB clearance are required for all volunteers)

– Traffic Abstract (For Drivers ONLY)

– Attend Information Session (recommended but not required)

– Schedule Interview

– Two (2) non-family Reference Checks

Outreach staff be in the Vestibule after all masses 

For more information call (808) 356-8519 or email at

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February 12 is World Marriage Day

worldFebruary 12 is World Marriage Day.  World Marriage Day honors husband and wife as head of the family, the basic unit of society. It salutes the beauty of their faithfulness, sacrifice and joy in daily married life. Take the time today to tell your spouse how much your marriage means to you.  Plan to enrich your marriage by attending the next Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend on:

  • February 17-19, St. Anthony Retreat Center, Kalihi Valley, Oahu
  • July 21-23, St. Theresa Church, Kihei, Maui (nonresidential)
  • Nov. 3-5, St. Anthony Retreat Center, Kalihi Valley, Oahu

For more information contact Lee & Tanya Barbero, (808) 268-1578 on Maui, or Jose & Mary Elizabeth Alvior, (808) 391-2045 on Oahu; or visit our website at Get your spot reserved now.

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