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to the Co-Cathedral of St. Theresa of the Child Jesus

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"No sin would touch her, so that she would be a fitting and worthy vessel of the Son of God. The Immaculate Conception does not refer to the virginal conception and the birth of Christ, but rather to Mary's being conceived without inheriting Original Sin." (United States Catholic Catechism for Adults, 142-143)

REFLECT
In the Gospel, we hear and reflect on Mary's famous words to the angel Gabriel: "Behold, I am the handmaid of the Lord. May it be done to me according to your word." (Luke 2:38)

PRAY 
Pray with Pope Francis on this Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception.

ACT 
On this Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception, a holy day of obligation, attend Mass and pray the Hail Mary before meals.


"Our Lady of Guadalupe" by Catholic News Service - USCCB
December 12

Under this title, Our Lady is the patron of Mexico, the United States, and all of the Americas, as well as the protector of unborn children. In 1531, she appeared in a vision to the peasant Juan Diego on Tepeyac Hill near Mexico City and charged him with asking the bishop to build a church on that spot. But the bishop demanded a sign, so Our Lady had Juan gather flowers in his cloak in December to take to the bishop. When Juan opened his cloak, the colorful image of Guadalupe was emblazoned on the cactuscloth. That icon is preserved in the most famous shrine in the Western Hemisphere, and Our Lady of Guadalupe continues to inspire poor and oppressed people worldwide.


 

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The Co-Cathedral of St. Theresa of the Child Jesus is grateful for the sharing of your financial blessings to support the mission of our Church; as we live out our call to Stewardship, as our way of life.

This online offering may be made at any time, from the comfort of your own home or any place with internet access.

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For more information, please call our parish office at (808) 521-1700.

 

Sunday Eucharist (English)
Saturday Vigil — 5:00 pm
Sunday Masses — 6:15 am, 8:00 am, 10:30 am, 6:00 pm

Daily Eucharist (English)
Mondays to Thursdays — 6:30am
Fridays & Saturdays — 8:00am

Sunday Eucharist (Vietnamese)
Saturday Vigil — 7:00pm
Sunday — 3:30pm

Daily Eucharist (Vietnamese)
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday —5:30pm

Reconciliation
Wednesdays — 6:15 pm in the church or by appointment

Eucharistic Exposition Wednesdays — 6:15 pm


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