Page 1

2147 Pali Highway Honolulu, Hawaii 96817 (808J s9s-310s

''r l-l

ssccpali@rcchawaii.org faceb

o

ok. co

m/st.ste ph

e n

p al

i

OFFICE HOURS:

Tues-Thurs: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Mon, Fri & Sat: 9:00 am to 12:00 pm PASTOR

Fr. Khanh Pham-Nguyen STAFF

Deacon Ronald Choo Sister Marykutty Kottuppallil, MSMHC Rosemary Hashimoto, Secretary

rAITH FORMATION CCD-Children Velma Guieb-Mamuad

Youth

& Confirmation

Rosemary Hashimoto (interi m)

R. C.I, A. Debbie Fujiyama Parish Scrtpture Groups Francis Jordan PARISH MINISTRIES

SATURDAY SUNDAY

H omebound & B e reaueme nt Virginia Jordan & Helen Luke

(Main Church)

4:oo .... 7:15

-.

pm am

9r3O am

Chapel of St. Catherine

MONDAY_SATURDAY

SATURDAY 3:oo-3:45 pm 8,45 SUNDAY - 9:15 am DEVOTION & ADORATION Eucharistic Adoration ...... WED Mass

WEEKDAY MASS

(SaturdayVigil)

Donald - Yee (Sunday) Seruer Nicole Heafner

(MainChurch)

(Chapet)

Hospitality TBA

CONFESSION

WEEKEND MASS

8:OO AM

Holy

Rosary

before Mass

Altar

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

Lector

Homebound Ministers are available to visit VISITATIONOFTHESICK: Priest and-l-

the infirm or hospitalized. Please contact the Parish. For

sacramental

emergency, call 595-3105 and press #2

Beverly Perry

Holy Communion st Mass Jennifer Tamayo

Sacnsfy

BAPTISM: Sacramental preparation is required. If you are expecting or have a child to be baptized, please call the Parish office for more information

Celine Asato & David Tom

Justice & Peace TBA TBA

TBA -

-

(Respect Life) (Aloysius Food Pantry) (Family Promise Hawaii)

PARISH ORGANIZATIONS

Pastaral Council

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:

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

Patricia Silva

Steaordship/ Discipleship Council Bernard Ho (interim)

Finance Council James Solidum (interim)

Liturgy Commission TBA

Buildingl P lonning

Co

mmittee

Loretta Chee & Richard Leong Soeial Fellouship Sui Kozuma & Kitchen Crew

When changing address/telephone, Parish, please kindly notify 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 KOMO

MAI


EeconfSundaj in 1r/inary 77me

GOOD NEWS Saturday, January t8:

lsaiah 49:3, 5-5 / r Corinthians e:r-3 / John r:29r34

When I was ten, my teacher decided to call me by my first name, M.ry, rather than by my family name, Kathy, paft of my middle name. My teacher felt we should honor the Blessed Virgin by calling me Mary. The name Katharine had been in my mother's family for years, and she liked its strength. lt was an abrupt switch, but like many children, I quickly got used to responding to either name-and sometimes to both. Names tell us something about a person. Today's Scriptures speak to the singularity of the lncarnation by talking about names people gave Jesus. The early Church looked through the sacred Scriptures of the Hebrew Bible and realized that Jesus was like the figure in the prophecies of lsaiah, so they came to know him as seruant (one who does God's will), covenant (a promise between two parties), and lightto the nations. Paul calls him Messiah(Christos in Greek) and Lord. And John refersto him as the "Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world" and the "Son of God."

We haven't yet been able to articulate the fullness of who Jesus is. We believe he is fully God and fully human and that he came out of love for us to us from sin-,and death. ln qur attempt to understand.'that, we've given many narr&. Each reveals a.little more about who !9ls fur us and who is with God. {*; What is your name for Jesus now, and what does that mean to you? M

a

ry Kath

a ri

ne Dee ley

su n dayb

u

lleti n @ lig u o ri. o rg

ALOYSIUS TOM FOOD PANTRY Thank you for your gifis

4:oo p.m. Mass: Parish families Sunday, January t9: 7:15 a.m. Mass:

g:3o am Mass: Parish Families Mondan January zo: 8 am Mass: Special lntention Tuesday, January zt: 8 am Mass: Angelina & Cris (intention)

Wednesday, January 22: 8 am Mass: t Jerry Nunogawa Thursday, January z3: 8 am Mass: Louann Dereise (healing)

Friday, January z4: 8 am Mass, Rose & family-intention Saturday, January 25: 8 am Mass: Christian Unity

For the sick & homebound: ROLAND ALBARADO, MARGARET ROBELLO, HARRY BENDER, GINNY STAHL, ETHELAU, MABEL LUKE

For the recently deceased: JOHN NASCIMENTO, WALLY

for the Loving

Tree.

CHANG, FANNIE GORA, ELLEN SHAM, PATSY TAM, GWENDOLYN JOSEPH, HAZEL ANDRADE, MARIA GUIEB, MERRY CRIS HO, YVONNE PACARRO, BERNADETTE RANNEY

STEWA.RDSHIP OF OUR LORD OUOTT OF THE WEEK

".. 'On whomever you see the Spirit come down and remain,

he is the one

who will baptize with the Holy Spirit.' Now I have seen and testified that Gospel of John r34 he is the Son of God.

altg

."

Weekly Offerings (

)on. tr & tz, zog)

6z4.oo

7:t5 am Mass

415.oo

am

Mass

798.oo

Total Offering

rr837.oo

9ryo

j

Fa

Fred Kahea Ernest Medeiros Richard Hirasa

:.lzo Ruth Wenrell

Donations/Col lections

Sat 4pmMass

t Dick Mabery

:.lz:-

KenjiEndo

Votive Offering

61.oo

:.lzz

Sin WaiWong Bender

Hall Use

9o.oo

al23

Christine Souza ManuelOrnellas

ci

liti es Mai nte nance Christmas

Ma 6a{o for our faitfifukwtce and continudgwrerosi$

Daisy Luke

1r'1OO.OO

2TOOO.OO

!

rl21

Jack Botelho

MaryTom Fred Akamine


|anuarj {9, 2u4 WELCOME CCD Jan Jan

t9-Class z6-Class

We welcome Sister Marykutty of the Missionary Sisters of Mary Help of Christians who celebrated her z5 Jubilee last year. She will be working in our parish to assist us in our homebound and bereavement ministry and in the new evangelism.

MAHALO YOUTH

Youth: Class Parish Scripture Groups

Wed. January zznd 9:15 a.m. and 6:3o p.m. R.C.I.A. January ztst 6:3o p.m.

Monday, January zo: Martin Luther King holiday Wednesday, January 22: 8:3o-9:oo Eucharistic Adoration

Thursday, January z3: Z:oo p.m. {Sun.) Choir Practice

Fridan January z4: Taiz6 Prayer at Newman Ctr.

NextWeeh: Jan 25 I 26,2014 Altar server:

[sat] [SunJ

-

Sisneroz

-lace &Adam Martines

Lector: [Sat] - Richard Leong Duchess Leaeno [SunJ - Monica Hahn/Wes Fong EMHC: Kristyn & Maris Ho [Sat] JoeUJennifer Tamayo [Sun] Lorraine Albarado,

-*

Meriam Ladrillono

Thank you to everyone for such a wonderful Christmas season celebration. Special thanks to Steve & Laura Metcalf, George, Tim and Marissa Abcede, Meriam Ladrillono, Sui Kozuma, Sue Kobe, Jack & Fran Wong, Lia & Adam Martines, Lorrie Chee, Velma Mamuad, Maftha Chock, Claire & Cathy Devaney, Leona Auerbach, Riley Guieb, Carmen Rojas, Jackie Joseph, Marfie Gawat, Celine Asato, David Tom & Randy Tom who helped undecorated last week.

MOVIE NIGHT-"Song of Bernadette" February 8th-afterthe 4 p.m. Mass * Dinner: 5:oo * Movie at 6:15 p.m. The Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes is February rrth which marks the first apparition of the Blessed Virgin Mary in 1858 to Marie Bernadette Soubirous. She appeared to her r8 times and on March 25 announced to her, "l am the lmmaculate Conception." Since then Lourdes has become a place of pilgrimage and many cures and conversions have take place.

SPECIAL COLLECTIONS-January 25th BIack & lndian Mission Colleetion exists to help diocesan communities to build the Church and preach the,Gospel of Jesus among the African American, Native American and Alaska Native people of God. Every year, it is the amazing generosity of Catholic Faithfuljust like you who enable the Black and Indian Mission Office to support programs that help Educators reach kids, em power evangel izers and encourage vocations. The Church in Latin America. Your gift to the Collection will fund Catechesis, youth ministry programs, and seminarian education in Latin America and the Caribbean. . The support you give today will fund formation programs and provide opportunities for years to come.

WEEK OF PFIAYER FOR CHRISTIAN UNITY-January

1B-25

Has Christ been dividedT This is the international week of Prayer that has been going on for 1oo years. Please join Bishop Larry Silva for Taiz6 Prayer around the Cross January z4th at the Newman Center/Holy Spirit Parish at 7:oo P.m.

PRO-LIFE EVENTS for this week Wednesday from 5:3o to 8:oo p.m. at the State Capital Prayer Vigil for Life January z5th from 12:30-5:oo at the State Rally and March for Life -saturday, Capital Show your support, sacrifice an afternoon so that others may live. Guest speaker is Fr. John Thompson from Chaminade University.

-

HOUSEKEEPING Collection Counting: Team 3 Church Cleaners: Donna Louis, 6wen Kurahara, Laura Chun, Debbie & Paul Fuiiyama, Juanita Ruis

The driveway on the Honolulu side of the Church leads out to a private road (Moanawai). Legally we are not allowed access since it is private property. Please respect the rights of others and use the main driveway to exit and enter the church parking. Please see Father Khanh if you have any questions.


d e ar PAD Rf,

iiliu si'i:

ffi l*t;

O

i;,'1,..

,..,

1.i,,,.,,..,.,.,.. ',".

Monday,)anwary 20 5t. Fabian, Pope and Mantgr 5t. Sebastian, Martur

Samuei 15:76--23

Mark218-22 Tuesdag,)anuary 21 St, Agnes, Vingin Er Martgr

1Samuel16:1-13 Mark2:.23-28 { I

I

Wednes$V;,)anuary22 1 Sam 17:32-33.37 , 40-57

Mark

3:1-6

lfiursday,)anuary 23 5t. Vincent, Deacon & Martgr

l

ru ii,r-;

ffi i,,,,,.t,,,u

Wf;Et&Y--,i

sCRIPTURAL READINGs

l

Erery year-dyringflu season, sonrcone with a terriblc coW or cough wants n slwke my, lund ar lwg me at tlu sign of pacq and people wtw are skk dinkfrom tlu Communion cup. Wlry mn't paisles ban the a.ry and the stgn of pcace duringflu season?

t9:t-7 Mark3:7-72

Samuel 18:6-9:

A 'El'

Many people share your concern. As a priest, I'm

huged by an entire congregation throughout flu season. If I'm sick, I warn people as they approach, but sorne people want a hug anyway. For meny, communiry fellowship trumps prudence. As far as receiving the precious Blood, obviously it would be best if those who are sick don't drink from the cup. But even if they do, receiving the precious Blood is more important to me than the slight risk of illness. However, if it bothers you that much, there's nothing wrongwith refusing the precious Blood for health reasons. And instead of shaking hands and hugging et the sign of peace, try nodding and waving. If people just don't get it and push for more, a simple,.*Don't went to pass on the flu" should stop them.

In

today's smiety,

fx too many things keep us

physically epart. I refuse to casually surrender anything that brings us together in love and fellowship except in dire circumstances, and for me, a normal flu season doesn't quali$. Fr. Rick Potts, CSsR sundafrulletin@ligrori.org

Friday,)anuarg 24 5t. Francis de Sales,

The news you never heard: zor3 March for Life in Washington D.C drew 55o,ooo people from across the country in support of life from conception to natural

Bishop E Doctor

1Samuel24:3-21 Mark 3:13-19 Salurday,)anwarg 25 The Conversion of 5t. Paul

Acts223-16 or9:,1-22 Mark 16:15-18 SLANOAY,)anwary 26

Third

in Ondinaru Time

Isaiah

B:23-9:3

1 Corinthians

1:10-13,

Matthew

4:12-23

death. An estimated zo,ooo people will gather for the Prayer Vigil on January zrst with an opening Mass and pray throughout the

night that our nation

will

come

to

respect the dignity of all

human life.

z8,ooo youth will gather in the morning of the March for Life which takes place at noon. Why are so many young people getti ng i nvolved? Fi nd out at youthra ly& massforl ife.org. I

org/a bout/p ro- life-a ct ivities/j nts.cfm gton-area-eve i n nts/wash eve

http://www. uscc

b.

anua

ry- roe -

17

lf you or anyone you know has been affected by abortion, there is

healing. Please see the Rachel's Vineyard Brochure entrance ofthe Church.

at the

ffi l.lt

Itii!--'....,.i .S..f.'!:i 1iiii.4-?:':

l,iii:ii!,

i*, t;i .S-:iii'

ffi il-..:; ffi ftujgr"j ffi-4#i

,ffi# il'.si

ffi r*tG ,

ffiD sffif.{ Ioj

ffi ffi

ffi Mr.4S

ffift ffi $rru

ta:

ffi ffi

Second Sunday in Ordinary Time  

St. Stephen Catholic Church Sunday Bulletin

Read more
Read more
Similar to
Popular now
Just for you