Mass Times at Holy Trinity

Holy Trinity Mass Schedule

Nov 28, First Sunday of Advent, Cycle C   (click here for readings)
Jeremiah 33:14-16 The days are coming when the promises of God will be fulfilled.
Psalm 25:4-5, 8-9, 10, 14 God’s friendship is available to those who wait on the divine presence.
1 Thessalonians 3:12-4:2 Continue to conduct yourselves in anticipation of the coming of Jesus and his holy ones.
Luke 21:25-28, 34-36 Some will die of fright, and others will see redemption at hand when the Son of Man comes.
Dec 5, Second Sunday of Advent, Cycle C (click here for readings)
Baruch 5:1-9 The way is made easy for the return of God’s people in glory, peace, and justice.
Psalm 126:1-2, 2-3, 4-5, 6 We will be like dreamers, unable to conceive the great things God will do for us.
Philippians 1:4-6, 8-11 May our love increase more and more until the day of Christ Jesus.
Luke 3:1-6 John takes up the ancient prophecy of preparation for the coming of the Lord.



Saturdays:  4:30 pm 
Sundays: 8:00 am and 10:30 am 
Mondays:  5 pm 
Tuesdays:  9 am 
Wednesdays: 5 pm 
Fridays: 10 am 

Upcoming Masses

Feast of the Immaculate Conception December 8th: 9 am and 5 pm (Wednesday) 
Honolulu Marathon: (as it is scheduled today if changes occur, I will let you know)
Mass Saturday December 11, 4:30 pm
Mass Sunday December 12, 4:30 pm  
Christmas Vigil: 4 pm and 7:00 pm (Friday)
Christmas Day: 8:00 am and 10:30 am (Saturday)
New Year's Eve: 10:00 am (Friday)
New Year's Day: 4:30 pm (Saturday)
June 7, 2021 From the Diocese Office:
We are grateful for all the sacrifices and efforts you have made to keep our faith communities safe during the coronavirus pandemic.  Although restrictions are beginning to ease, the State’s re-opening has been an evolving process with numerous changes and ongoing updates which often differ from county to county.  We are continuing to monitor the situation closely and will provide updates to our current policies as official information becomes available to us.
Until further notice, please continue to follow the current diocesan guidelines including:
                     staying home if sick;
                     maintaining appropriate physical distancing, capacity restrictions & sanitation protocols;
                     and the use of face coverings. 
While we are all anxious to return to "normal," we recognize that life as we knew it pre-pandemic has fundamentally changed. Whenever the State allows a full reopening, we will respond with gratitude and joy, but also responsibly, keeping in mind the continued safety of all our faithful.
Updates are posted online at the diocesan COVID-19 Resource page:
May 21 
With the Easter Season ending after Pentecost Sunday, Bishop Larry extends the following guidelines into Ordinary Time, until further notice:
  • Masks must be worn by all who attend Mass or other liturgical services.
  • Social distancing and no-touch greetings and Sign of Peace remain the norms.
  • Holy Communion is to be given only under the species of Bread.
  • The use of a small choir is permitted. If the parish is using a choir, choir members need to continue following the rules for indoor singing as directed by the state [“Any person(s) singing shall maintain physical distancing of at least ten (10) feet from any other person(s) while singing. Members of the same performing group singing may be closer than ten (10) feet together while performing, provided the group consists of less than ten (10) persons. To the extent reasonable and practicable, a physical barrier (e.g., plexiglass) of sufficient size to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 shall separate any person(s) singing from any other person(s), but not including members of the same performing group.]
    • A distance of 10 feet between the cantor and the congregation needs to be observed as much as possible.
    • In addition to the Entrance, Offertory, Communion and Leavetaking hymns – the Kyrie, Gloria, Responsorial Psalm, Gospel Acclamation, and the rest of the Mass part responses could be sung, observing the proper precautions.
  • Sanitization is to continue between Masses.
  • Social gatherings after Mass should not take place.
  • We encourage parish priests to start/continue live-streaming their liturgies to their parishioners via social media platforms and to communicate to them the times of these services and log-in information for their parish’s Facebook and/or website.


Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of Peace, downtown Honolulu
Sundays at 10 AM
Mondays to Fridays at 6:30 AM, Saturdays at 7 AM
Newman Center, Manoa
Sundays at 5 PM
Our Lady of Sorrows, Wahiawa
Sundays at 9 AM
Our Lady of the Mount, Kalihi
Sundays at 9 AM
Sacred Heart, Punahou
Sundays at 8 AM
St. Augustine, Waikiki
Sundays 10 AM
St. John Apostle and Evangelist, Mililani
Sundays at 11 AM
St. John the Baptist, Kalihi
Mass in Spanish on Sundays at 8 AM
Para misa en Español, seguir este enlace. Estará disponible el domingo a las 8 AM.
St. Joseph, Waipahu
Weekdays at 6:30 AM
Saturdays at 7 AM
Sundays at 10 AM
St. Pius X, Manoa
Sundays at 11 AM
Facebook: Diocese Of Honolulu Evangelization Taskforce

St. Rita, Nanakuli
Sundays at 10 AM
or YouTube
St. Michael, Kona
Sundays at 9 AM (English) and 11 AM (Spanish)
or YouTube
Christ the King, Kahului
Sundays at 8 AM
Maria Lanakila, Lahaina
Sundays at 8 AM, 3 PM (Divine Mercy Chaplet), 6 PM (Evening Prayer and Adoration)
Mondays to Saturdays at 7 AM, 6:30 AM (Holy Rosary), 6 PM (Evening Prayer and Adoration)
St. Anthony, Wailuku
Sundays at 10 AM
Rebroadcasts of Sunday Mass available at
St. Theresa, Kihei
Sundays at 9 AM
or YouTube
Resources to Prepare for Watching a Livestream Mass: