Welcome to Holy Trinity Catholic Church

Our mission: Make Christ known to the world through Word, Sacrament, Prayer and Service. Our vision: is to be a welcoming parish committed to serving others.

Mass Continues in the Gym

It's been 6 months since we last participated in Mass in our church. We are grateful that we have the gym, where we can gather in his name. Many things are different. Maybe, we will never get used to the changes. In another way, the sacrifice of the Mass and receiving the body of Christ never changes. Most of are set in our ways and hate change. Let's take this time as a challenge from our Lord to adapt. Please register for Masses, if you haven't done so, after we went to the one-time only system. .

Contact Register for Masses - If You Have Not Yet Done So

Rosary Congress Mon, Oct 5 Noon to 6 pm at Holy Trinity

The 2020 Diocesan Rosary Congresses (DRC) will be held from Oct 3-9 to assist the faithful to fulfill the message of Fatima. Holy Trinity will particpate on Mon, Oct 5 from noon to 6 pm. The DRC program is offered in the spirit of reparation to restore the sanctity of life, to establish peace in our cities, our nation, and the world, and to console the hearts of Jesus and Mary. We will also pray for the end of the COVID-19 pandemic and for recovery of those who are affected.

Learn More and Sign Up for the Rosary Congress at Holy Trinity

RCIA - Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults - Last Call

Our process involves preparation for this rite for those who desire to be in full communion with the Catholic Church (Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist), whether baptized or not, as well as for those baptized in other Christian religions who desire to become Roman Catholic. The program is a journey of life experiences that is shared with the team members and the candidates. We use the weekly Gospel readings, videos and a book that explains our Catholic Faith. There are no tests, we love questions, and the best part is taking this journey together as a family. Classes started last week. If you know anyone who is interested, have them call the HTC office at 396-0551 or Deacon Steve Kula at 277-7695.

Learn About Becoming a Catholic


Stay in Touch with Daily Scripture Readings

The daily scripture readings provide an easy way for us to learn about the books of the Bible. The daily readings usually follow a single book over the course of a week or two. The US Conference of Catholic Bishops provides the text each day along with comments to help us understand. The site has the entire Bible online. We provide 5 Minutes with the Word in our Resources section. Fr. Mike sends out his daily reflection via the My Parish app. Take advantage of the opportunities to understand more about the Catholic faith.

Click to link to Bible Resources

Thanks to the Sanitizing Guys

In preparation for every Mass, parishioners Russ Pinho and Tom Fake sanitize every seat in the gym. They use a non-toxic spray to make sure that no germs are passed from one Mass to the next. You can be sure that your seat has been santized, when you come to worship. Give them a thankful wave when you see them. Bishop Larry has written a letter to all of the parishes about the Mayor's order of Aug 25. Please click on the link below to read about it.

Bishop Larry's Letter - New Oahu Orders

Reconciliation on Sat 9 - 10 am

Fr. Mike has resumed hearing Confessions. The new time and place is on Saturday mornings at the front of the church from: 9:00 am to 10:00 am. Please be sure to wear your mask and allow for Social Distancing. Thank you!

Read the Pastor's Message "Peter Gets It Right"
Daily Masses
Mon

Mass is in the gym.

06:00 PM
Tues

Mass is in the gym.

09:00 AM
Wed

Mass is in the gym.

06:00 PM
Fri

Mass is in the gym.

10:00 AM
Weekend Masses
Sat

Mass is in the gym.

04:30 PM
Sun

Mass is in the gym.

08:00 AM
Sun

Mass is in the gym.

10:30 AM
Reconciliation/Confession
Sat

Saturday mornings at the front of the church from: 9:00 am to 10:00 am. Please be sure to wear your masks and allow for Social Distancing.

09:00 AM