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.
As a parishioner of St. Anthony parish, we’re happy to provide you with a FREE resource for your spiritual growth: FORMED.org
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!
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
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 http://bit.ly/SAP-Vote
Aloha St. Anthony ‘Ohana…The Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Honolulu has issued a dispensation from the obligation to attend Mass on Sundays in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
As a reminder, St. Anthony has made available to you all live-streaming Mass on Sundays at 10am.
Please join us at that time so we can celebrate and pray together.
We miss you all.
Please stay safe and be well. May God bless you always.
On Saturday, October 17 from 8 am to 11 am, BSA Troop 49 is hosting its annual car wash fundraiser to benefit St. Anthony Church. The car wash will be located at the front Church circle. This year, we will be doing “contactless” ticket sales through Eventbrite.
You can purchase a ticket through this link: http://bit.ly/49wash, and show your eTicket receipt when you arrive.
Tickets are $8 for cars and $10 for trucks/SUVs, and all proceeds go to the Church.
Please support St. Anthony Church and share this info with your family and friends!
We’ve sold out! Mahalo nui to all who have supported this fundraiser! Due to popular demand, we have ordered 200 more. But that’s it, no more after that! If you didn’t get a chance to order, here’s your (last) chance. Call our office today (808) 244-4148 and reserve your copy!
St. Anthony will be selling 2021 limited release calendars beginning October 27. The calendar will give you hints of our rich history. So many worked tirelessly to build and improve on everything we know as St. Anthony Church and School. The pictures in this calendar are the history of our Church and community.
Only 500 calendars have been printed for sales and are available for purchase from St. Anthony Church.
Public Calendar Sale will begin on Tuesday, October 27, 2020, from the Church Office. Calendars will be available from the Church Office Tuesdays to Friday from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon.
Why are we selling calendars?
2021 Calendar Project will help raise additional revenue to make up for the decrease in weekly donations because of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Thanks to the generous donations of some parishioners, the cost of printing the calendars have been covered, enabling all proceeds from the calendar sale to be deposited into the St. Anthony’s Building Fund.
How much and where do we get one?
$15.00. Cash or checks only. Reserve your copy today!
To reserve your copy, mail or drop off your payment and order form to the Church Office:St. Anthony of Padua Church
1627 B Mill Street
Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii 96793
Can you mail it to me?
Yes! For off-island Alumni and former parishioners who would like to support our Calendar Project, we have a Mail Order option (see mail order form below). Any Mail Orders received will be mailed out after October 27, 2020.
Why buy this calendar?
The calendar gives you a hint of our rich history. So many came before us. So many worked tirelessly to build and improve on everything we know as St. Anthony Church and School. These pictures are the history of our Church and community and will make great gifts, especially for Christmas.
Aloha St. Anthony ohana,
This past Sunday (8/16) Sr. Sara spoke with us about the services Catholic Charities of Hawaii provides our local community. We know times are tough, but if you have some to spare, please consider donating to their cause:
Our parish is “55. Maui – St. Anthony of Padua Wailuku”
May God Bless You Always.
St. Anthony of Padua Church. Wailuku, Maui, Hawai’i. Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Mass. August 02, 2020.
Follow along with the readings in the weekly bulletin found at: https://stanthonymaui.org/resources/weekly-bulletin/
“Permission to podcast / stream the music in this service obtained from ONELICENSE with license #706654. All rights reserved”.
Good Morning St. Anthony parishioners,
A hurricane watch is in effect. Do not go out if you don’t need to. Though the Masses are still scheduled, please use your best judgment about attending Mass.
NOTE: It is OK to stay home. Even if you are scheduled to serve today.
Stay safe and take care.
May God Bless You Always.