The Sunday obligation to attend Mass is back in place, unless you are unable due to health. Masses are still available via livestream. The livestream mass schedule can be found on the Diocese of Honolulu website.
The live stream can be viewed on the Facebook page for the Cathedral of Basilica of Our Lady of Peace. It can also be viewed at Hawaii Catholic TV for those who are not on Facebook but do have internet connection. Live stream schedule from the Cathedral:
Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of Peace
Sundays at 9 AM, Bishop Larry Silva presiding
Mondays to Saturdays at 8 AM
WEEKLY AND WEEKEND MASS SCHEDULE:
Tuesdays – Fridays, 7:00 am, St. Damien Church (if the priest is not available, it will be a communion service).
During the month of December, the Rooster Mass schedule will be observed starting on Dec. 16th up to Christmas Day. Daily mass during that time is typically held at 5 am.
Confessions: 4:00-4:45pm on Saturdays at St. Damien.
Doors of the churches will open one hour before mass. If you cannot make it to the regularly scheduled confession time, please contact the parish priest to make alternate arrangements.
Lent and Holy Week Schedule:
Ash Wednesday Feb 14: 7am and 6pm mass at St. Damien, Distribution of ashes: 4:30pm at OLSS, 5pm at St. Vincent Ferrer
Stations of the Cross (every Friday from Feb. 16- Mar. 22): 5pm at OLSS and St. Vincent Ferrer, 5:30pm at St. Damien
Penance Service: 6 pm Feb. 20 at St. Damien
Palm Sunday: will follow the regular weekend mass schedule
Holy Thursday Mass Mar. 28: (no 7am mass) at St. Damien with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament until 10pm
Good Friday Mar. 29: (no 7am mass) Divine Mercy Novena at 3:30pm at St.Damien, Rosary at 5pm, Stations of the Cross at 5;30 pm, Good Friday Service at 6pm
Holy Saturday: Divine Mercy Novena at 3:30pm at St. Damien, Confessions will be heard from 5:30-6pm, Holy Saturday Vigil Mass will begin at 7pm at St. Damien.
Easter Sunday: 6:30am sunrise service at OLSS followed by potluck, 9am mass at St. Damien, 11 am mass at St. Vincent Ferrer, 3:30pm Divine Mercy Novena at St. Damien.
A Prayer Before Each Weekend Mass:
“O God, through your Son, Jesus, we offer you a prayer and thanksgiving before our celebration of the Eucharist. The lives of St. Damien and St. Marianne-the Saints of Molokai-are our patrons and special intercessors for the intentions for which we pray. Being blessed to be here on the sacred ground of Molokai, through their example of giving themselves as a witness to love, we pray for the world, especially for the rejected in society and for those in need of our prayers. We pray for ourselves to be joy filled persons with compassion; and we ask to have a willingness to serve the Kingdom in the capacity to which we are able to give. Saints Damien and Marianne who served the Hansen’s disease patients without any distinction of race or religion help us to reach out in spirit and prayer to create a civilization of love.
St. Damien, Servant of Humanity, pray for us.
St. Marianne, Mother of Outcasts, pray for us.”