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Wedding Information and Booklet

Wedding Information and Booklet

Wedding Information and Booklet


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Wedding Information and Booklet

Wedding Information and Booklet


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St. Ann rectory handles registration for infant Baptism. The first step in the process is for the parents to meet with a priest prior to attending the baptism sessions. Sessions are on the first and second Sundays of each month at 10:00am for parents AND godparents. Baptisms are usually on the fourth weekend of the month. Please call the rectory, 808-247-3092 Ext. 111.


BEFORE YOU SET A WEDDING DATE call the rectory to get in touch with a priest or the Pastoral Assistant. The Diocese of Honolulu mandates a sixth-month minimum preparation period. Besides scheduled session with a priest and a “sponsor couple,” an Engaged Encounter Weekend is an integral part of the preparation process. For information on marriage preparation, policies and guidelines, please refer to the link above.

Sickness in the Family

The Sacrament of the Sick (formerly known as the "Last Rites") is a sacrament of comfort and healing. St. Ann encourages celebrating the Sacrament of the Sick during the 7:00 am weekday Mass or anytime (by appointment). 

Call the Rectory at the onset of serious illness or chronic disease, before scheduled surgery or hospitalization or in the case of an emergency. If you are confined to your home and want to receive Holy Communion call the Rectory at 808-247-3092, Ext. 111.

Death in the Family

Final arrangements are made with the cooperation of the mortuary and St. Ann. It is customary to call the Rectory before completing arrangements. This is often done at the mortuary itself. Please contact Barbara Honda at 247-3092, ext. 115.

Diocesan policy requires that the Mass of Christian Burial be celebrated in the parish church--not in the mortuary chapel.

Memorial Prayer cards are available through the Rectory. These cards may be sent to friends and family assuring them their loved one will be remembered at the Parish Sunday Masses.