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.

Welcome to Holy Trinity Church

Holy Trinity church in East Oahu is a welcoming church. More people are attending our weekend Masses. After the recent drop in mask requirements and graduation celebrations, the state reports Covid cases are incfreasing. Masks are optional in our church. Masks protect both the wearer and the people around the wearer. If you live with someone who is vulnerable or you are vulnerable, please wear a mask at Mass. We pray that the lei greetings will return soon to Holy Trinity.

Mass Times at Holy Trinity Church

Read the 7th Sunday of Easter Bulletin Online

Readings this Easter season have been from the book Revelation. Many people believe wrongly that it's a description of the end of the world. Read about the real meaning of Revelation in the Bulletin. Deacon Steve writes about the promise of eternal life. The Stewardship Corner has Good News and a word about the mission of Peter. There is information about registering for the upcoming Religious Education class.The Bulletin is a PDF, which can be downloaded and printed. You can also access the Bulletin via the MyParish app. The links in the Bulletin online are live.

Read the Latest and Recent Bulletins

Learn About the Catholic Faith Online

During this Easter Season, our Scripture readings are from Acts of the Apostles and the Book of Revelation. There is a lot to learn by reading Acts. When Christ ascended into heaven, He told them to spread the Good News. With the Holy Spirit, they were able to work through many of the questions of the early church. The Book of Revelation is full of imagery and symbols. We must be sure to learn from Catholic sources the meanings. Look to the website, Word on Fire for a good start.

Catholic Resources


Thrift Shop Open Thursdays 9am - Noon

Lots of bargains at the Thrift Shop every Thursday from 9 am until noon. The Thrift Shop is accepting donations buring their business hours only. Please do not leave donations in the parking lot. Some items cannot be resold such as electronics, wheelchairs, and carseats.

The Thrift Shop

Learn More About Being a Catholic

Holy Trinity, like many parishes, has an adult program for becoming a Catholic. The RCIA, which stands for Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults, is a process through which non-baptized men and women enter the Catholic Church. It includes several stages marked by study, prayer and rites at Mass. Participants in the RCIA are known as catechumens.

Learn More About RCIA

Respect Life Corner

Freedom from fear. Freedom from War! As we continue to thank God this Lenten season, for our many blessings, we are mindful of those whose lives are in peril. While our CRS Rice Bowl and Holy Trinity Food Drive continue, we turn our attention to the need for prayer for our brothers and sisters in Ukraine, and in Russia, that this tragic war and injustice be brought to an end. On Friday, March 25, the Solemnity of the Annunciation, Our Holy Father, Pope Francis consecrated the world, particularly Russia and Ukraine, to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Let us continue to raise a heartfelt and choral plea for peace to Mary our Mother. At Holy Trinity we support and sustain a culture of LIFE. Join us each First Friday as we pray the rosary. We appreciate the support of your prayers. If you have ideas to share or are interested in joining our Respect Life Committee, please contact Debbie at dkula@rcchawaii.org

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Daily Masses
Mon

Mon, May 30 is a holiday. Mass at 9 am only

05:00 PM
Tues 09:00 AM
Wed 05:00 PM
Fri 10:00 AM
Weekend Masses
Sat 04:30 PM
Sun 08:00 AM
Sun 10:30 AM
Eucharistic Devotion
Fri

Respect Life First Friday Rosary and Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament following the 10:00 AM Mass

10:30 AM
Reconciliation/Confession
Sat

Saturday mornings at the front of the church from: 9:00 am to 10:00 am.

09:00 AM