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NOTICE: I am a practicing Catholic, active and in good-standing with my local parish, who professes faith and loyalty to the Church. This ministry - my "little work" - is strictly a personal expression of that faith and loyalty, and not an officially recognized ministry in the Diocese of Honolulu.

~ Peter, Ministry & Blog Administrator


The First Saturday "Rosary for Peace" at St. Anthony of Padua Church


"Pray the Rosary every day in order
to obtain peace in the world."

~ Message of Our Lady of Fatima, 1917
 
You are cordially invited to participate in my Kailua parish's monthly Rosary for Peace:

     ✠  Where:       St. Anthony of Padua Church
                                 (Makawao Street, Kailua 96734)

     ✠  When:         Every First Saturday

     ✠  Time:           Beginning at 4:15 PM
                                             
     ✠  Agenda:     4:15 ~ Divine Mercy Chaplet
                                 (prayed against the pandemic)

                                4:25 ~ The Rosary for Peace

                                5:00 ~ Saturday Vigil Mass
                                                

This special long-running devotion was started in October 2010 in direct response to two requests made by Our Lady of Fatima during her Church-approved apparitions:

     ✠  To pray for much-needed World Peace

     ✠  To promote the 5 First Saturdays Devotion...

[Download and print the above for a handy reminder
when making the 5 First Saturdays]

So if you're on Oahu, come to beautiful Kailua Town and join us for this urgent devotion for our times. Allow the Blessed Mother's maternal presence to touch your heart through the Holy Rosary!  For more information, call our parish office at (808) 266-2222 or email this ministry at guadalupe_house@yahoo.com.

For directions to St. Anthony of Padua Church, click here.


* * *  I M P O R T A N T  * * *

Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, participants are required to wear face coverings and observe CDC social distancing guidelines while in the church.

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