Fr. Raymond Malley (1940 – 2021)

Fr. Ray served as our Pastor at St. Anthony from 1993 to 2007.

Father Malley was born September 27, 1940 in San Francisco. He made his first profession as a member of the Society of Mary on Aug. 15, 1959. He was ordained a priest on May 25, 1968, and served in Hawaii 19 years, mostly from 1989 to 2007.

Father Malley was assigned as a high school teacher and chaplain in San Francisco and at Saint Louis High School in Honolulu. He was also an assistant principal and principal in high schools in California and Washington; a parish administrator and community director in Washington; an instructor and NCAA representative for Chaminade University in Honolulu.

In reflecting on his service in Hawaii, Father Malley wrote, “When my ministry placed me at Chaminade University, I became the NCAA representative for the athletic department while also teaching theology, New Testament and church history. Then, a new surprise occurred: The provincial asked me to move to St. Anthony’s on Maui as pastor. After my arrival, the newly-appointed bishop asked me to serve as vicar forane for Maui, Lanai and Molokai. I worked for the parish for 14 years and the diocese for 10 years.” (Hawaii Catholic Herald 5/1/2019)

Rest In Peace, Fr. Ray

Following CDC guidelines, we request that you RSVP to attend the memoral Mass for Fr. Raymond Malley

Maui to Bid Farewell to Marianists

A Message from the Marianists:

Society of Mary to withdraw from St. Anthony’s Parish, Maui

Local diocese to assume parish operations as part of agreement

ST. LOUIS, MO — The Society of Mary (Marianists,) an international congregation of Catholic priests and brothers, announced today that it is withdrawing from St. Anthony’s Parish on the Hawaiian island of Maui, effective July 1, 2021. The departure results from multiple factors, including a declining and aging population of priests and brothers in the congregation. As part of the withdrawal, the Diocese of Honolulu will  assume day-to-day operations of the parish and its spiritual community, with full details to be announced in the coming weeks.

“This was a difficult decision that we didn’t take lightly, especially given the Marianist’s historic presence in Hawaii and special relationship with the St. Anthony’s community,” said Father Oscar Vasquez, SM, Marianist provincial. “However, after reviewing all of our available resources, it was ultimately decided that the spiritual, physical and social needs of St. Anthony’s parishioners would be best served by the diocese moving forward, and we’re grateful for its support.”

Current Marianists assigned to the parish community include Pastor Rev. Roland Bunda, SM, Associate Pastor Rev. Sylverius Kerketta, SM, Pastoral Assistant Bro. Fred Silbereis, SM, and in residence Bro. Dave Quigley, SM. All will be assigned to other duties. Although the withdrawal will result in no active Marianists serving the island of Maui, the society will still maintain a significant presence in the region, including Chaminade University of Honolulu and Saint Louis School. The Marianists will continue to provide ongoing support and resources to the existing Lay Marianist groups both on Oahu and Maui. Similarly, we are pleased to continue our sponsorship of St. Anthony’s school.

St. Anthony’s is a special community, with its roots on the island dating back more than 150 years. Founded by the Fathers of the Order of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in 1848, the parish has grown over the decades to include a diverse parish of more than 900 families, many focused ministries, a preschool, cemetery and the only Catholic High School on the island of Maui. Although the Marianists formally assumed leadership of St. Anthony’s Parish in 1976, the order was already well known to the community, having founded the Wailuku School for Boys in 1883 at the invitation of the Sacred Heart’s Fathers.

The Marianists are planning a parish farewell event on May 23, 2021 to honor the many brothers and priests who have served the parish there and to thank the St. Anthony Community for their collaboration and support. 


About The Marianists

The Society of Mary (Marianists), an international Catholic religious order of brothers and priests, was founded in 1817 in France by Blessed William Joseph Chaminade. The Society of Mary, together with a religious order of women, the Daughters of Mary Immaculate, and numerous affiliated lay groups, form the Marianist Family.

The Marianists first arrived in the United States in 1849 in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Marianists arrived in Hawaii in 1883. In 1908, this American Province was divided into two: the Province of Cincinnati and the Province of St. Louis. The Cincinnati Province was divided in 1948 to form the Pacific Province and again divided in 1961 to form the New York Province. On July 1, 2002, the four Provinces united as the Province of the United States, headquartered in St. Louis.

The Marianist Province of the United States comprises about 230 professed brothers and priests serving in the United States. The Province also includes communities and ministries in India, Ireland and Mexico. Province ministries include sponsored universities, high schools, middle schools and primary schools; parishes, retreat centers, and programs of spiritual formation; works of social justice and environmental integrity; service to the Marianist Family, formation, administration and art.


A Message from the Diocese of Honolulu:


The weekend of January 16/17, Marianist officials announced at St. Anthony Parish, Wailuku, Maui that the Marianist Priests and Brothers will be bidding farewell to the island of Maui on June 30, 2021.  Fr. Tim Kenney, S.M. made the announcement on behalf of the U.S. Provincial, Fr. Oscar Vasquez, S.M.  After much discussion within the Marianists’ Provincial Council and with Bishop Larry Silva, it was decided that the Marianist personnel resources have become sufficiently thin that they can no longer staff St. Anthony Parish, Wailuku after June 30, 2021.

The Marianists have served at St. Anthony School for 138 years, and they have staffed the parish for 45 years.  The pastoral care of the parish and school will be turned over to the Diocese of Honolulu on July 1, 2021.  The new pastor will be announced soon.

We are most grateful to the Marianists for their faithful and loving service at St. Anthony Church and School and for their ministry and presence on the island of Maui.  Many lives have been touched by the service and witness of the Brothers and Fathers over many generations, and we are certain their presence will continue to bear good fruit for generations to come.

The following are the Marianist pastors who have served St. Anthony Church:  Fr. James Orsini (now a diocesan priest); Fr. Jack Reilly, S.M.; Fr. William O’Connell, S.M.; Fr. Charles Oyabu, S.M.; Fr. Raymond Malley, S.M.; and the current pastor, Fr. Roland Bunda, S.M., who has served for 14 years.

Bishop Silva will be celebrating the 10:00 a.m. Mass at St. Anthony Church, Wailuku, on Sunday, June 13, 2021, the feast day of St. Anthony of Padua.  At that time, he will formally thank the Marianists for their faithful service in Maui for 138 years.  He will also celebrate the Marianists’ 45 years in the parish, the 40th anniversary of the dedication of the current church, and the 175th  anniversary of the founding of St. Anthony School.

The Marianists maintain their presence at Chaminade University of Honolulu and St. Louis School.  We are most grateful for their continuing service.

Starting 2021 with Peace

A Message from Pope Francis:

At a time like this, when the barque of humanity, tossed by the storm of the current crisis, struggles to advance towards a calmer and more serene horizon, the “rudder” of human dignity and the “compass” of fundamental social principles can enable us together to steer a sure course.

May we work together to advance towards a new horizon of love and peace, of fraternity and solidarity, of mutual support and acceptance.

May we never yield to the temptation to disregard others, especially those in greatest need, and to look the other way; instead, may we strive daily, in concrete and practical ways, to form a community composed of brothers and sisters who accept and care for one another.

A New Year Prayer

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Poverty Awareness Month (January 2021)

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Poverty Awareness Month

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Misa de Gallo 2020 Mass Schedule


One of the most distinctive Christmas traditions in the Philippines is completing the nine dawn Masses. Filipinos and Filipinos-at-heart, from all walks of life, would always make an effort to wake up early in the morning to pray and thank God for all the blessings. Not to mention, to prepare for the birth of Christ.

From December 16 – 24, we will celebrate Mass at 6:00 am from Wednesday, December 16th through Saturday, December 19th.

On Sunday, December 20th Mass will be celebrated at 7:00 am.

Monday, December 21st – the 24th Mass will be at 6:00 am.

We have much to be thankful to our Lord for. He has kept us safe and healthy, He has given us the tools we need to be safe and he protects us always.

The live-streaming schedule is 6am, Wednesday December 16 through Thursday December 24. Except on Sunday December 20 when the Mass will be live-streamed at 10am.

Christmas Mass Schedule

Aloha St. Anthony Ohana! Christmas is here! Please join us as we celebrate Christmas. Here is the Christmas Schedule. Links to reserve a seat will be provided soon.


6pm (live-streamed on Facebook and YouTube)

Christmas Midnight Mass (live-streamed on Facebook and YouTube)

11:30pm – Christmas Caroling & Handbells
12:00 am – Midnight Mass


10am (live-streamed on Facebook and YouTube)

Extension of the Dispensation through 2/16/21

Read below or download the message from Bishop Larry regarding the extension of the dispensation.

Follow along with the Diocese COVID plans here:

In light of the ongoing pandemic, I am extending the dispensation through Tuesday, February 16, 2021, the day before Ash Wednesday.

“While I am extending this dispensation for the sake of those who are at higher risk if they should be infected with the COVID-19 virus, I would like to urge all our parishioners who can safely do so to return to worship at Sunday Mass.”  – Bishop Larry Silva

The Welcoming Prayer

Fr. Patrick Freitas, a retired Maui-born diocesan priest, finds daily solace in “The Welcoming Prayer.” When we’re feeling overwhelmed, alone, or in despair, we can meditate on this prayer, acknowledge our feelings, and give them up to the Lord.

Sign Up for Formed

As a parishioner of St. Anthony parish, we’re happy to provide you with a FREE resource for your spiritual growth:

Use this resource for your own personal study or group sharing. There are tons of videos, movies, e-books, and audiobooks for you to peruse. Some even have study guides.

Follow the instructions below to sign up!

Dress Up & Drive Thru

The St. Anthony Maui Youth Ministry presents its very first “Dress Up and Drive Thru” Halloween event!

Join us on Saturday, October 31, 2020, from 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm for this FREE and safe activity.

Dress up your keiki and bring drive them safely through our campus, where friendly ghouls and gals will greet you!

We hope to see you there!

To volunteer, contact Rhonda at (808) 244-4148

Democracy Values and the 2020 Election: A Reflection Guide for Faith Communities

Listen in to this week’s podcast from Fr. Rollie:

Season 1, Episode 41. Jesus said, “Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s; and to God the things that are God’s.” We give to God all the praise and worship and thanksgiving for the many blessings and gifts He has given us. And at the same time we are citizens of the United States and are called to fulfill our obligation not only by paying taxes, but by being involved in the government. We all have the obligation to vote. To read more about the “Democracy Values & the 2020 Election: A Reflection Guide for Faith Communities” that Fr. Rollie references, go to