Aloha and Welcome to Sacred Heart Church Pahoa

“Cor ad cor” ... Heart to heart!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meet Father John Molina




CRS Rice Bowl Helps Your Local Community
Catholic Relief Services
Published on Mar 8, 2018
Did you know that 25% of your CRS Rice Bowl stays in your local community to support hunger and poverty alleviation efforts? Through CRS Rice Bowl, we’re able to help our neighbors on the other side of the world—and on the other side of the street!


5 Benefits of Praying with a Prayer Partner

How often do you pray with someone else? Praying with a prayer partner can be powerful for your prayer life. In this video, we'll at 5 reasons you'll want to consider finding a prayer partner for your life. 

Find more on how to find a prayer partner and how to pray with a prayer partner here:  https://www.kathrynshirey.com/praying...


The Stations of the Cross are a 14-step Catholic devotion that commemorates Jesus Christ's last day on Earth as a man. The 14 devotions, or stations, focus on specific events of His last day, beginning with His condemnation. The stations are commonly used as a mini pilgrimage as the individual moves from station to station. At each station, the individual recalls and meditates on a specific event from Christ's last day. Specific prayers are recited, then the individual moves to the next station until all 14 are complete.


It Took a Village to Raise a Village

   
The donation of land by the Diocese of Honolulu has motivated the creation of a neighborhood of micro-houses for families left homeless by Kilauea volcano. By Patrick Downes
Hawaii Catholic Herald     
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mass Schedule


 

Sunday
7:00am, 9:00am, and 11:00am

 

Daily 

 Monday, Wed-Saturday 8:00am  

 

Saturday Vigil - 5:00pm

First Friday 

Star of the Sea Painted Church

4:00pm

Confession

   Saturdays 4:20-4:50pm. or by appointment

 

Bulletin

Calendar

 

Daily Mass Readings and Reflections


WHAT IS CRS RICE BOWL?

Catholic Relief Services’ Lenten programCRS Rice Bowl is for families and faith communities in the United States who want to put their faith into action. Through CRS Rice Bowl, participants are invited to hear stories about their brothers and sisters in need around the world, and devote their Lenten prayers, fasting and alms to change the lives of those who suffer in poverty.

Participants journey through the 40 days of Lent with a collection of daily reflections and activities included in the CRS Rice Bowl calendar and on the mobile app.


Parish & Diocesan Giving
For most Catholics, opportunities for giving begin in their parish and diocese.  Diocesan and parish stewardship programs should help individuals, families and  communities better understand why, in the context of a total commitment to stewardship that is planned, proportionate, and sacrificial, it is important to set goals for giving.  All Christian stewards must consider prayerfully the gifts they have received from God, and they should make a decision (in advance from the "first fruits" instead of what is left over after obligations have been met) about what will be given. Many parishes now offer electronic funds transfer options for the weekly offertory in addition to the traditional envelope system to help families and individuals meet their stewardship commitments

 

Cor ad cor ... from your Co-steward’s corner ...
The Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick

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The Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick is one
of the Seven Sacraments of the Catholic Church, classified
as one of the Sacraments of Healing (the other one is the
Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation – “Confession”).
With this Sacrament, is administered to one who is
baptized and "who, having reached the age of reason,
begins to be in danger due to sickness or old age". While
this Sacrament is reserved to those “in danger” of death,
this does not mean that it can only given to those who are
“gravely” ill. It is therefore not proper to call this
Sacrament as Final Anointing (Extreme Unction). This
said, the presence of the priest does not necessarily mean a
preparation for the death of the sick. Instead, this Sacrament gives the grace of healing and
shows the nearness of the Church to the one who is sick. The Church ‘Ohana does not and
cannot abandon her sick children in giving consolation and praying for courage, hope, strength,
healing.
The family members of the sick person are strongly encouraged to call the parish priest
immediately to administer this Sacrament of the Sick to those who are in advanced aged and
those who are critically ill. This Sacrament becomes more meaningful if the sick person is still
fully conscious and fully aware in the participation of the reception of this Sacrament. Therefore,
even if this Sacrament is giving the Sacramental healing, which entails the forgiveness of sins,
the conscious sick person can confess sins to the priest, receive the Sacrament of the Anointing
of the Sick and so be nourished by the reception of the Holy Eucharist called Viaticum, the Bread
of Life that accompanies the sick in the journey of “joyful and saving” suffering towards the
Kingdom!