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.)
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 church.
Rosary for Peace is at 4:15 PM on the 1st Saturday in the church.
Eucharistic Adoration & Benediction
1st Friday, 7 AM
4:00 PM, Day Chapel
What's Going on at St. Anthony's Church
Easter is a season of hope!
Christ is risen and present among us with his life-giving power. This means that in the face of every difficulty and every failure, Christ gives us a reason to hope and to be open to the new life he offers us.
I pray that this joyful season will lead you to hope even more in the Lord!
On behalf of all of us at St. Anthony Church and School, have a blessed and Happy Easter!
Fr. William Kunisch, PastorRead more
Monday, June 13th
Mass at 7PM in honor of our parish patron saint, St. Anthony.
Bento Dinner to follow in the parish hall.
“O Glorious St. Anthony, Pray for us!”
Aloha! E komo mai!
Join us for Mass at 7PM in honor of St. Anthony, our patron saint, followed by a bento dinner in the hall. Please help us get an accurate count of the number of parishioners and friends who will join us for dinner by registering for a ticket. This will help ensure we order the right number of bentos.
Please note: you do not have to register for a ticket if you only plan to attend Mass. You only need to register for a ticket if you would like to join us for dinner. Thank you for your help!
Click on the below link to register for tickets:
We would like to share information about the easing of COVID19 Restrictions and invite you to join us for Daily Rosary, Daily Mass, Sunday Mass, and other opportunities for worship.
Please note the following changes:Beginning on March 26, face masks will be optional indoors, including in the church during Mass. Ministers of Holy Communion at Mass and to the Homebound/Hospitalized will continue to wear a face mask for the distribution of the sacrament and Communion will still be given in the hand. The sign of peace will continue to be exchanged without physical contact unless it is among members of the same household. Food and beverages may be served at gatherings, but if it buffet style, it should be served to guests by designated individuals. Pre-packaged food (e.g. bentos) is preferable.
We should remember that people have different comfort levels about resuming more of our normal activities after 2 years of the pandemic so charity toward others should be practiced at all times. Those who desire to continue wearing a face mask, especially the elderly, those with fragile health, and the unvaccinated, may feel free to do so.