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OFFICE HOURS:

Tues-Thurs: Mon, Fri &

9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Sat: 9:00 am to 12:00 pm

PASTOR

Fr. Khanh Pham-Nguyen PERMANENT DEACON Deacon Ronald Choo

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Rosemary Hashimoto FAITH FORMATION

CCD-Children Velma Guieb-Mamuad

Yo*th & Canfirmation Rosemary Hashimoto (interim)

R. C. T,A, Debbie Fujiyama

WEEKEND MASS

Parish Scripture Groups

SATURDAY (Main church )............ 4:oo pm ....7:15 am SUNDAY (Chapet)

Francis Jordan PARISH MINISTRIES

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Virginia Jordan & Helen Luke (SaturdayVigil)

Donald Yee (Sunday)

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9:15 am

DEVOTION & ADORATION Eucharistic Adoration ...... WED Mass

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MONDAY_SATURDAY

SATURDAY

9:3O am

WEEKDAY MASS

Hospitality

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Holy

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Altar

Senter Nicole Heafner

Liturgical Music Leka Leaeno (Saturday Vig il)

StanleyWong (Sunday)

Lector Beverly Perry

Holy Communion at Mass Jennifer Tamayo Sacnisfy Celine Asato & David Tom .Justice & Peace (Respect Life) TBA TBA

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VISITATIONOFTHESICK: Priest and-lHomebound 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:

PARISH ORGANIZATIONS

Pastoral Council Patricia Silva

Steuardship/ Discipleship Council

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

Bernard Ho (interim)

Finance Couneil James Solidum (interim)

Liturgy Commission TBA

Building/ Planning Committee Loretta Chee & Richard Leong Soeial Fellaoship Sui Kozuma & Kitchen Crew

PARISHIONERS:

When changing address/telephone,

or moving out of the

Parish, please kindly notiry the office 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

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GO$il) rdEws Saturday, November r6: 4:oo p.m. Mass: + All Souls

Malachi 3:19-2oa / z Thessalonians 3:7-12 / Luke zr:5-:.9

Jesus seems to have a thing about hair. ln Luke tz, he claims that every hair on our heads is counted. For some people, that's a lot of counting' And in today's Gospel, Jesus promises that not a hair on the head of the faithful will be destroyed. This detailed knowledge of something so personal suggests a very intimate relationship between Jesus and us-at least from Jesus' end. lt's apparent that Jesus knows us

Sunday, November t7: 7:15 a.m. Mass: t All Souls 9:3o am Mass: + PatsY Tam

Monday, November t8: 8 am Mass: t Gilbert Garcia

very, very well.

And while we worry about invasions of our privacy by family, neighbors, or the government, Jesus indicates in the Gospel that our intimate relationship with God benefits us immensely-if we partake in the intimacy' Every year, as the Church year draws to a close, Jesus speaks about the end times. His words can be quite startling. But Jesus instructs his followers not to fear. What we often miss in these end-times readings is the hope. Jesus speaks about how he'll be with us through any trials or tribulations; he'll protect us down to the hairs on our heads. The first reading from Malachi speaks of the "sun of justice," which will "arise with healing in its wings." Healing. protection. Salvation. This is what God seeks for his faithful people at the end of the world. And all God asks in return is for us to be those faith-ful people-to embrace the

Tuesday, November t9: 8 am Mass: Carrie Talwar (healing) Wednesday, November zo: 8 am Mass: Joe Almuena (healing) Thursday, November zt: 8 am Mass: + lgnacio Babauta Friday, November zz: 8 am Mass, Kelly Katayama

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intimate relationship iesus initiated. As we wind down another Church year and look toward Advent, how deeply have we come to know Jesus this year? How can we better nurture that relationship in the next year so we can be ready for God's salvation when it appears?

ROBELLO, HARRY BENDER, GINNY STAHL, ETHELAU, MABEL LUKE

ALSYSI{JS TOM FOOD PANTF{Y

For the recently deceased:

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IGNACIO BABAUTA, JANE AKI,

your gifts to the Food Pantry assist families in our sister Parish of St. John the Bap-

MARTIN LUKE, IRENE JOHNSON, DAVID LIU, BOBBY LOWE, BEN

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SANTOS, ETHEL LEE, JOHN NASCIMENTO, WALLY CHANG, FANNIE GORA, ELLEN SHAM, PATSY TAM, GWENDOLYN JOSEPH, HAZEL ANDRADE, MARIA GUIEB, MERRY CRIS HO, YVONNE

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" ....You will be hated by all because of my name, but not a hair on your head will be destroyed. By your perseverance you will secure your lives ' ' " Luke zr:r9

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We would like to welcome Father Valentine Joseph who is serving as a Missionary to the United States at St. Patrick Churc,h in Wisconsin. He is here this weekend to ask for your participation in the Missions in lndia and you don't have to go anywhere. Many of us have heard in the news of the persecutions that Christians face in India and the challenges they face as

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disciples of Jesus Christ. Father comes to us from the Archdiocese of Madurai. They face challenges of many kinds: poverty, faith formation and sending out of the lay people, formation of priests and religious and the discrimination of Christians as the lowest in the cast system. We thank him allowing us to be a part of his ministry and the Mission of Christ and his Church.

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The Feastof Christthe King falls atthe end of November. We are reminded in the gospels of Jesus who is also our kind Shepherd who cares for the sick and the weak among us. Those who may receive the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick are as follows according to Canon Law (988, roo5): A baptized Catholic who has reached the age of reason and begun to be in danger from illness or the infirmities of age, or have become sick again or undergone further crisis. Please sign up if you wish to be anointed.

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highestform of thankful prayer we can offer to God is the Eucharist.

Monthly movie night resumes Saturday November z3rd with potluck supper beginning at 5:3o p.m. and movie begins at 6:oo p.m. Movie is light hearted, about someone coping with a terminal illness. Please see sign up if you can help with dinner. P.A.RISH FEAS-T'DAY CEI-EBRATION

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We will honor our patron saint for his love of Christ and his position as Protomartyr of the Church. We have much to be thankful for the price that was paid for our faith. - Help is needed after the 8:oo a.m. Mass on Nov. 3oth: decorating, changing missalettes, and more. Please see the sign up.

H,qVE VOU CONSIDERED A CATT"{OLIC SCHOCL EDUCATICN? SACRED HEARTS ACADEMY (for girls) has open house on Sunday, November eTth for children Pre-School to Grade rz. lnformation session at z:3o p.m. For more information call the Admissions office at 734-5o58 ext zz4.

ST. LOUIS SCHOOL's Open House will be held on Sunday November rTth at x:oo p.m. Please join us to learn about our educational programs, meet our faculty and staff, and tour our campus. For more information call Admissions Office al73g-4832. (School for young men)


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