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As we celebrate the Feast of Pentecost, the close of the Easter season, and our Church’s birthday, let us always be reminded of the Holy Spirit’s presence in our lives… May the grace of the Lord’s glorious resurrection be received by everyone as a timeless gift that paves the way to our eternal destiny in heaven. Let the joy of Easter spread through your homes and families. And keep the peace of the Risen Lord in the stillness of your heart.  God bless you! Fr. Boyet


Pentecost weekend was a weekend of great celebrations!  In returning to the Original Order of the Sacraments of Initiation (Baptism/Confirmation/First Eucharist), Religious Education students, some adults, and students of St. Theresa School, received the Sacrament of Confirmation, some receiving their 1st Eucharist and one student being baptized into the faith. 

Top-left:  Religious Ed students & Adults w/Fr. Boyet on Sat., May 19, 2018
Top-right:  St. Theresa School students w/Fr. Boyet on Sun., May 20, 2018
Bottom-left:  St. Theresa School 1st Eucharist w/Fr. Boyet on Sun., May 20, 2018


May is the month of Mary ~ Please join us in praying a special novena to Mother Mary on the Mondays and Thursdays in May at 6 p.m. at St. Theresa Church, with the exception of Monday, May 21, where we will pray the novena at Sacred Hearts of Jesus & Mary Church in Waimea.



Missing from the photo are our St. Theresa School 8th grade graduates


Celebrated Fr. Boyet’s 28th Ordination Anniversary (4/24/90) with a parish gathering on Sunday, April 29.

Help get the word out…Baccalaureate on Sunday, May 13, 2018 at St. Theresa Church


click here for more information…Holy Cross Church Healing Mass



PANCAKES!  PANCAKES!  PANCAKES!  GET YOUR RED-HOT PANCAKES!!!  (with scrambled eggs, Portuguese sausage and fruit cocktail) –  click on this link for more information Pancake Breakfast




Day 9 of the Divine Mercy Novena at Sacred Hearts of Jesus & Mary in Waimea
April 7, 2018


Respect Life Prayer: Heavenly Father, the beauty and dignity of human life was the crowning of your creation. You further ennobled that life when your Son became one with us in His incarnation. Help us to realize the sacredness of human life and to respect it from the moment of conception until the last moment at death. Give us courage to speak with truth and love and with conviction in defense of life. Help us to extend the gentle hand of mercy and forgiveness to those who do not reverence your gift of life. To all, grant pardon for the times we have failed to be grateful for your precious gift of life or to respect it in others. We ask this in Jesus’ Name. Amen.



Receiving Sacraments ‘Confirmation is not a passage into adulthood’ 11.12.17 (click here)
Receiving Sacraments ‘Baptism, Confirmation, and then, First Communion 11.5.17 (click here) 

Receiving Sacraments ‘Thinking about the Sacraments of Initiation’ 10.29.17 (click here)
Receiving Sacraments ‘Out of Order’ 10.22.17 (click here)
Returning to the Original Order 10.15.17 (click here)

This video will explain why we are moving back to the the original order of the Sacraments of Initiation (Baptism, Confirmation, First Communion (Eucharist))



Please check the Sunday bulletin for any changes to the following:

Religious Education Classes (K-12) – CLASSES TO RESUME IN THE FALL
1st & 3rd Mondays:   Youth EDGE 6:30-8 p.m. (grades 6 – 12) at St. Theresa School
Wednesdays:  6:30-7:30 p.m. (grades K-5) at St. Theresa School

-St. Theresa Church Choir practice – Tuesdays from 6:00-7 p.m. in Church
 (new members / musicians are always welcome!)

-Rosary/Novena – Wednesdays at 6 p.m. in St. Theresa Church

– Church Mice –  Thursdays at 7 p.m. in the parish hall.  Call Chantal at 634-0403 if you have any questions. 

RCIA, First Eucharist & Confirmation – Call Religious Education Coordinator Mary Ann McMillen at 808-639-7067 for more information

Please contact the Parish Office at 337-1548 for more information.


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