Kula Catholic Community
A Welcoming Parish in Upcountry Kula
Calendar of Kula Catholic Community
September 2019 Parish Events
September Parish Events
6 - Confirmation & First Holy Communion for Nathan Andrews, Waihualani Cook, and Tsugio Watanabe; Friday evening at 6pm, Holy Ghost, Celebrant Father Terry Watanabe, pot-luck to follow.
6 - Anointing of the Sick after the 7am Mass, at OLQA
7 - Anointing of the Sick after the 5pm Mass, at Holy Ghost
8 - Religious Ed Classes begin, 8am at Holy Ghost hall
11 - Kula Hospital Mass, 10:30
15 - Catechetical Sunday, Blessing of the R. E. Teachers
22 - Children’s Mass, 9:30am, Holy Ghost, refreshments in the hall
25 - Rosary for Life, 6pm at Holy Ghost
September is the Month of Ministries
MINISTRY: Is not a job or a Sunday routine, it is a PRIVILEGE to be chosen and used by God! Each week we will be highlighting different Ministries.
September 7 & 8 - Extra-Ordinary Ministers of Holy Communion and Altar Servers
September 14 & 15 - Lectors, Hospitality & Ushers
September 21 & 22 - Music & Environment
September 28 & 29 - Sacristan
Come and join us. Get involved and live out your calling in Christ!
Many Blessings to our Kula Catholic Community, our families, neighbors and friends who made this 127th Holy Ghost Feast a success! On Pentecost Sunday we served 705 Queen's Meals to all who attended. The meal included a laulau, sweet potato and rice, free of charge! Feeding her people is a rich tradition our Community does in honor of St. Elizabeth of Portugal and the celebration of the Feast of the Holy Ghost.
Mahalo to our 2019 Feast Chairs Mary Jean Bega & Sandra Morikawa!
Our 2019 Feast Queen is Kaylie Ho she is the daughter of Matt & Kristine Ho. Her year long reign began last summer at the Feast Appreciation dinner 2018 where she graciously accepted the duties of The Feast Queen, one of which is to embody Queen Elizabeth's (Isabelle) legacy of charity and service to others. CONGRATULATIONS KAYLIE! Kaylie's attendants are Izzy & Sophia Enriquez.
The middle picture is a display of roosters beautifully arranged by our Soup Booth Chair Charlene.
OUR MISSION: The Kula Catholic Community, blessed by God, inspired by Jesus and empowered by the Holy Spirit, seeks to worship God with sincerity of heart, witness the Gospel by our words and actions, share Christian values in our personal and community lives, and offer service to all people.
OUR VISION: As members of the Kula Catholic Community our vision is to be a strong, visible community of faith; Christ-like, welcoming, and offering encouragement, support and hope to all.