Conducted by the Marianists
THINGS OF INTEREST:
THE JOY OF LOVE
Pope Francis's Apostolic Exhortation on marriage and family life -- a "must" read.
Get it here, either to read online or to download.
For other good reading, why not check out the parish lending library, located at the back of the church center.
Click here for more information and a list of what we have..
Find out where the parishes are at your destination, and at what time their Masses are, by consulting the Catholic Directory.
Missed some of the Stewardship newsletters? Read the latest ones here
WEEKEND MASSES: Sat. 5:00 pm
Sun. 7 am, 9 am, 5 pm
WEEKDAY MASSES: Mon. to Fri. 6:30 am
Sat. 7 am
CONFESSIONS: Sat. 4:00 to 4:30 pm
or by appointment. EUCHARISTIC ADORATION
2nd Friday of month, general intentions
3rd Thursday of month, Respect for Life
CHECK IT OUT! Also on this website:
SOUL FOOD -- links to web sites that offer spiritual enrichment, to Catholic TV and radio stations, to volunteer opportunities, and to various apps for phones and tablets that can provide you with a daily Scripture, prayer, or inspirational message.
YOUNG ADULTS -- links for those who are no longer teenagers but are still fairly young; ideas for dating, marriage, parenting, and vocations.
YOUTH-- for those still in school, some links that might be of interest, including where to find interesting reading and videos.
HOT TOPICS -- links to articles on some of the topics that often draw criticism onto the Church, including sexual abuse, honoring Mary, homosexuality, abortion, celibate clergy, ordination of women, and birth control.
PARISH LIBRARY -- Some suggested reading, and a full list of the books and disks that have been donated to our library.
2017 CELEBRATIONS COMING UP
Starting in September:
--1-- We will be celebrating the 200th anniversary of the foundation of the Society of Mary -- Marianists -- by Father William Joseph Chaminade in Bordeaux, France in 1817
--2-- We will be celebrating the 170th anniversary of the foundation of St. Anthony of Padua parish here in Wailuku in 1847, when the first church structure was constructed.
--3-- We will be celebrating the opening of the new Saint Anthony School on campus, educating from K through grade 12 all in one place as one school.
BOOKS TRICKLE IN
Donations have allowed us to add new books periodically.
Check 'm out!
Want to look at the St. Anthony campus MASTER PLAN?
Learn the general details of proposals to upgrade our parish and school facilities.