Welcome to St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church in Kailua, Hawaii. Our church is located a block from world famous Kailua Beach.
Whether you are visiting our beautiful islands or call Hawaii home, you are welcome to join us for mass, rosary, and other church activities. We are glad you are here! (The song featured in this video of our church is entitled, "E Ka Uhane," and was composed by parishioner and Music Teacher at St. Anthony's School, Mr. Kepa Stern.)
NOTICE: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all Masses are held in the main church. Facial covering requirements and social distancing guidelines are observed during all church activities until further notice. Confessions are by appointment which you can make by calling the Parish Office (808-266-2222).
Monday - Saturday: 6:30 am (Daily Mass in the main church)
Saturday Vigil Mass: 5:00 pm
Sunday: 6:30 am, 8:30 am, 11 am, 6 pm
Devotions & Sacraments
Rosary is recited daily at 6 am in the main church.
Rosary for Peace is at 4:15 pm on the 1st Saturday in the chapel.
Eucharistic Adoration & Benediction
1st Friday, 7am
Usually 4pm-4:30 pm, Saturdays, Blessed Sacrament Chapel; however, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, confessions are by appointment and can be made by calling the parish office (808-266-2222).
What's Going on at St. Anthony's Church
Knights of Columbus Council 6307 will be selling tickets after Mass on Saturdays and Sundays, July 10th-18th. $9 each - 24 oz. original chili, vegetarian chili, or no-bean chili . Tickets can be redeemed at any Zippy's Restaurant location.
Proceeds go towards scholarships for students at St. Anthony's & St. John Vianney's schools and helps support The Pearson Place (a pregnancy resource center).
Donations are welcome.
You may also purchase tickets by mail by sending a check made out to "Knights of Columbus" and mailed to:Knights of Columbus
Attn: Chuck Furr 1585 Uluhao St. Kailua, HI 96734
Please include in the envelope your mailing address and telephone number. For questions, contact (808) 358-1809 .
Thank you for your support!
And thank you to the Knights for their incredible service.
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Welcome Back to all our parishioners and visitors to St. Anthony's parish.
There is an appointed time for everything, and a time for every affair under the heavens....
The public celebration of Mass resumed at St. Anthony's parish on Saturday, May 30th, 2020, with the 5 pm Vigil Mass and on Sunday, May 31st, with the regularly scheduled Masses: 6:30 am, 8:30 am, 11 am, 6 pm. While we are grateful to come together as a Catholic community to celebrate Mass, we are doing so with new restrictions due to the ongoing pandemic caused by the contagious coronavirus disease of 2019 aka COVID-19. Dedicated volunteers from different ministries work together to clean and sanitize church facilities before and after each Mass. We kindly ask for your cooperation, patience, and understanding with the below guidelines when attending Mass at St. Anthony's during this pandemic:We are all asked to wear a face covering prior to entering the church. Your usual seat may not be available; please follow the instructions of the ushers. In keeping with social distancing requirements, be mindful of maintaining a six-foot distance from other parishioners unless you are from the same ohana. There are no hymnals and song sheets in the pews. Singing is suspended indefinitely and only instrumental songs are played. The weekly bulletin is no longer printed, but can be viewed on our website and is also posted on the Friendship lanai at the church. Offertory baskets/bowls are placed throughout the church for your donations and are no longer passed among parishioners. If all the seats in the main church are filled, overflow seating is available.
Please take a few minutes to listen to Bishop Larry Silva's message as well as some helpful information from the Diocese of Honolulu to help you prepare to attend Mass during the ongoing pandemic. Below is a link to view the videos from the Diocese. https://www.catholichawaii.org/faithfulandsafeRead more