Prepare for Next Week’s Scripture Readings

  • 1st Reading/Primera Lectura: Ezekiel (Ezequiel) 17:22-24 
  • Psalm/Salmo: 2 Corinthians (2 Corintios) 5:6-10 
  • 2nd Reading/Segunda Lectura: Ephesians (Efesíos) 3:8-12,14-19 
  • Gospel/Evangelio: Mark (Marcos) 4:26-34 

Faith Formation Classes

Faith Formation classes have ended and will begin a-gain in September. Classes will be held on Sundays in the Grace Parish Center. Grades K-5 will meet from 10:20am-11:20am and grades 6-12 will meet on Sundays from 5:15-7:15pm. All new and returning families can register for next year’s classes through the parish office or online at saintmichaelparishkona.org. –Margaret Essex, Cathecist & Edwina Fujimoto, Youth Minister 

Healing Mass June 11

There will be a Healing Mass on Tuesday, June 11, 2024 at St. Michael’s. Anyone in need of physical, emotional, and spiritual healing or healing in relationships are encouraged to join us. Praise & Worship and Confession at 6:00pm. Mass begins at 6:30pm. For more info, contact Monica Choe at (720) 341-3752. 

Join Patriotic Rosary July 4

Join us to pray the Patriotic Rosary on the 4th of July at 4pm at the Grotto. Say one Hail Mary for one of our fifty states. To sign up for a specific state, contact TJ through the Parish Office. We will also have a table set up for everyone to sign up after Mass starting next weekend. 

Men of Faith Meets Wednesdays

The St. Michael’s Men of Faith ministry invites men of all ages to join us weekly on Wednesdays on the south lanai from 5:30 – 6:30 PM following Evening Prayer and Benediction at 5pm. Together, we seek to grow closer to Christ and His Church. Our Purpose is to encourage men to become daily followers of Christ. Biblical basis: Luke 9:23 – Then he said to all, “If anyone wishes to come after me, he must deny himself and take up his cross daily and follow me. Our Mission is to help men renew their minds and transform their hearts and lives for Christ. Biblical basis: Romans 12:2 – “Do not conform yourselves to this age but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and pleasing and perfect.” Our weekly gathering is a review and reflection upon the prior Sunday’s readings and discussion of how they help draw us nearer to Christ and to live in the Faith. Contact Deacon Craig Camello ([email protected]) or John Czajkowski ([email protected]) for more information.

Deacon Formation Program thru June 16

The Deacon Formation Program is actively recruiting for its 12th Cohort. Applicants who meet the requirements will be accepted into their formal Aspirancy in 2025. If you are contemplating submitting an application, attendance at one of the Inquiry Weekends is mandatory. They are scheduled on Oahu on April 12-14, May 3-5, and June 14-16. Please see Deacon Craig or Deacon Sándor for more information. 

Traveling Neighborhood Rosary Inspires Community Prayer

“The Holy Rosary not only serves admirably to overcome the enemies of God and religion but is also a stimulus and spur to the practice of evangelical virtues which it injects and cultivates in our souls. Above all, it nourishes the Catholic Faith, which flourishes again precisely in opportune meditation on the sacred mysteries, and raises minds to the truths revealed to us by God”. – Pius XI.  Display the statue of the Blessed Mother in your home and invite your Catholic neighbors to pray the Rosary with your family. For more information, call Beth Smith at (760) 212-4533.

 

 

 

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