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PASTOR

Fr. Khanh Pham-Nguyen PERMANENT DEACON Deacon Ronald Choo

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Rosemary Hashimoto FAITH FORMATION

CCD-Children Velma Guieb-Mamuad

Youth

& Confrrmation

Rosemary Hashimoto (interim)

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Debbie Fujiyama

WEEKEND MASS

Parish Scripture Groups Francis Jordan

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PARISH MINISTRIES

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SATURDAY 3:oo-3:45 pm SUNDAY 8:45 - g:15 am DEVOTION & ADORATION Eucharistic Adoration ...... WED Mass

WEEKDAY MASS

Hospitality (SaturdayVigil) Donald Yee (Sunday) Altar Senter Nicole Heafner

CONFESSION

B:oo am

Holy

Rosary

before Mass

Liturgical Music Leka Leaeno (Saturday Vigil) Stanley Wong (Sunday)

Lector Beverly Perry

Holy Communion at Mass Jennifer Tamayo

Sacrisfy Celine Asato & David Tom Justice & Peaee TBA- (RespectLife) TBA

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(Aloysius Food Pantry) Promise Hawaii)

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PARISH ORGANIZATIONS

Pastoral Couneil Patricia Silva

Steuordship/Discipleship Cauncil

VISITATIONOFTHESICK: Priest and-fHomebound Ministers are available to visit

the infirm or hospitalized. Please contact the Parish. For

sacramental

emergency, call 595-3105 and press #2 BAPTISM: Sacramental preparation is required. If you are expecting or have a child to be baptized, please call the Parish office for more information

The Diocese of Honolulu requires couples to marry in the Church to participate in the preparation for the Sacrament of Matrimony. Couples should contact the office for Marriage Preparation at least 6 months before the wedding MARRIAGE:

FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS: Kokua! Please contact your Church prior to making arrangements with a funeral home {Funerals on Tuesday, Thurstlay ar Friday)

Bernard Ho (interim)

Finsnce Council James Solidum (interim)

Liturgy Commissian TBA

Buildins/Planning Committee Loretta Chee & Richard Leong Soeial Felloaship Sui Kozuma & Kitchen Crew

When changing address/telephone, Parish, please kindly notiflr the office PARISHIONERS:

or moving out of

the

NEW PARISHIONERS: If you would like to become a parishioner of St. Stephen, please use forms available at the entrance of the Church or contact the office E KAMO

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G$OD rdElef5 r:rr-r9 I Lk7:::.-:.7 l've been teased over the years about how fast I walk' A work colleague even named me Flash for running by his office "in a flash" every day. He claimed no one wanted to get in my way for fear of being run over. I do walk quickly, and it probably has to do with my predilection for getting a lot done in little time. l'm all about efficiency. help, or B-ut in my glnglelmltd-ed fqcV-q,-l can miss oPpe1lgrytlggto connect, simply be present to someone-a colleague, my spouse, or even a stranger. When I take the time to stop, I have remarkable moments of holy

Saturday, June 8: 4:oo p.m.. Mass: + Rita Hong

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Sunday, June 9:

Mass: Parish families Parish families am Mass: 9:3o

7:15 a.m.

Monday, June to: 8 am Mass:

Wednesday, June tz: 8 am Mass: + Janice Hendrix

not necessarily a divine speed-walker, was heading into Nain in today's Gospel, probably with a particular destination in mind. He could have easily walked by the passing funeral procession. But Jesus was deeply moved by this grieving widow. Jesus not only interrupts his plans-he touches the woman's dead son, rendering Jesus ritually unclean. Yet this risky action brings life-not just to the man, but also to his mother, whose legal standing in society was dependent on her son's. Herlife is also restored. Jesus' actions remind us that while our plans and projects are good, God is regularly found in interruptions-if we're willing to stop and risk reaching out. Instead of speeding past the homeless man, might we stop and invite him for a sandwich? lnstead of deftly avoiding the coworker who always has family problems to share, might we take time to listen with real empathy? Let the interruptions come-God may be bringing new life to someone anel Esker I su n daybulleti n @ li guo ri. org through yov. Jesus, while

Thursday, June t3: 8 am Mass: + Lowell Ornellas requested by Hana ThomPson

Friday, June t4: 8 am Mass, + lrma Malone Saturday, June t5: 8 am Mass: f Raymond Tom

For the sick & homebound: RO LAN D ALBARADO, MARGARET ROBELLO, HARRY BENDER, GINNY STAHL, ETHEL AU, MABEL LUKE

For the recently deceased: IGNACIO BABAUTA, JANE AKI, MARTIN LUKE, IRENE JOHNSON,

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,EL$YSiUS TOM FOOD PAI\ITH.1r

DAVID LIU, BOBBY LOWE, BEN SANTOS, ETHEL LEE, JOHN NASCIMENTO, WALLY CHANG, FANNIE GORA, ELLEN SHAM, PATSY TAM, GWENDOLYN JOSEPH, HAZEL ANDRADE, MARIA GUIEB, MERRY CRIS HO,

Mahaio fcr your Conations to the Food Pantry

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Martin Luke

Tuesday, June tt: 8 am Mass: + Ena Leuta

companionship.

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want you to know, brothers and sisters, that the gospel preached by me is ; not of human origin. For I did not receive it from a human bein9, nor was I taught r:rr 1 it, but it came through a revelation of Jesus Christ. -." Galatians .: I

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Rita Hong

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Benedict Fung George Mikacs

Annette Akana Martin Luke

DonatianslCol lections

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Votive Offering

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Father's Day

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Disaster Relief

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6113 Joe Costa Ayre, Dr. Lydia Batalona

ManuelCarpio Anthony Vasconcellos

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Kenneth Ching Alfred Peralta

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SamuelWhite, Jr. Dolores Shimamoto


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F,qjTH FORMA-T'ION CCNFTR.ENCE CC} June

gth-Fun day YOUTTd

June gth-Fun day June t6th

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P*rish Scripture Gnoups Wed. June 12th- 9:15 a.m. and 6:3o p.m. R..C.1.,4..

June

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June z3rd-last

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Onuu--FnrH FoRMATIoN CoNFERENcT zor3--JuNE 20-22 Thursday, June zo, 6 to 9 pm "Youth Night" Friday, June z1 1:3o to 4:3o Pm & 6 to 9 Pm Saturday, June zz, B am to:. Pm St. Joseph Parish & School, g4-65L Farrington Highway, Waipahu The Year of Faith Conference is being offered for parish staff, pastoral council members, catechists, ministry volunteers, parishioners of all ages and all walks of life. Go to www.catholichawaii.org/oahufaithconference for more info or to register.

OKLAFiOMA RELIEF Mahalo for your generous contributions of $22o last week brings our total to $5oo for the victims of the rece-nt tornado in Oklahoma. Mahalo for your generosity to our brothers and sisters.

FATHEFI'S DAY MA55 }NTENTIONS Mass intentions for Father's Day requests and cards are at the entrance of the Church. Please submit them by Thursday to be included in the bulletin. Let's continue to pray for our fathers as they face a world that grows more hostile to the gospel each day.

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"Who are the brothers and sisters of the Congregation of the Sacred Hearts? What is their spirituality like? Come and find out at an overnight retreat on Sacred Hearts spirituality to be held on Friday and Saturday, June zrst and zznd, at St. Anthony Retreat Center, 335r Kalihi St., in Kalihi. Fr. David Lupo, ss.cc., will be the presenter. The cost for the overnight retreat is $25, and includes breakfast and lunch. Please call Kimberly at 845-oo65, before r9 June. Mahalol

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SPIRITUALiTY OF THE SI\CRED HEAF.TS Ftetreat

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Thursday, June t3: 7 p.m. Ch*Er practice

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The Church celebrates life next weekend with special meetings in Rome and Mass in St. Peter's Square. The Year of Faith event in Rome will celebrate, affirm, and encourage allthose who sacrifice time and energy tending to the needs of those who are elderly, disabled, sick, unborn, or dying, or to those who suffer in any way. For anyone who has suffered an abortion, help is available at Rachel'sVineyardMinistries at www.RachelsVineyard.org or by calling 877-HOPE-4-ME

PAINTIIVG UPDATE & FACILITIES M^A-{NTENANCE

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Please pardon the inconvenience. The scaffolding is up once again. Work is continuing on the wood ceiling panels. The are being cleaned and new covering applied to preserve the wood.

EMHC:

[Sat] Vaierie L*r,vi*live B'{or-: [e [SunJ {-{*l*r'i L'-:ke, Tcni Farm, 'J;ark -lec"rian, .4rlet'le ,Ai<i Collection Counting Team 3 Church Cleaners: C*rrnen Rcjas, Be* T*n-:, Randy Tom, I'dartha Chcck, f',{=rcir

He;fner

THECILOGY ON TA'P-Over 21 This is going to be a fun, engaging, and enlightening event series. Dr. Steiger is known to be a very popular lecturer. So, whether you like to drink or don't drink at all, come enjoy the awesome atmosphere of Pearl Ultra Lounge. And though drinking is optional, we are keeping this one a zr & over event. So tell everyone you know that Zove / Friendship / Happiness" is one they don't want to miss. June gth, z3rd, & July 7th (5:oo-B:oo p.m.) Tickets are $15 or $20 at the door. Reg ister at http://www.tot- lfh.eventbrite.com


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