July 2013 Newsletter
The E.P.I.C. Ministry Faith Sharing is now held in the church every Monday night at 7:00 PM in the church.

Faith Sharing
Monday, July 1
at 7:00 PM (Church)

Testimony by Stephanie Kamau from ROL

Parking Fundraiser
Thursday, July 4
at 8:00 AM (Sts. Peter & Paul Mission, Waimea)

Saturday, July 6
at 9:00 AM (Sacred Hearts Academy)

Theology On Tap
Sunday, July 7
at 5:00 PM (Pearl Ultralounge)


Faith Sharing
Monday, July 8
at 7:00 PM (Church)

Catechetical Discussion: "In the News Today"

Faith Sharing
Monday, July 15
at 7:00 PM (Church)

Discussion on the weekend readings

Faith Sharing
Monday, July 22
at 7:00 PM (Fukumoto's House)


Faith Sharing
Monday, July 29
at 7:00 PM (ROL)

Community night with ROL Genesis

Krystal Alcayde (19)
July 10

Christine Licato (24)
July 20

Joshua Laguana (32)
July 29

Frankie Villanueva (33)
July 31
Parking Fundraiser
The E.P.I.C. Ministry coordinated a parking fundraiser at Sts. Peter and Paul Mission (Waimea) on Kamehameha Day (June 11).  The ministry raised over $400!  The monies raised will go towards a planned pilgrimage to Kalaupapa in late August.  To date, we have raised over $1,500!  Our next parking fundraiser will be at Sts. Peter and Paul Mission in Waimea on Thursday, July 4 (Independence Day) from 8:00 AM.  We'll also be selling hot dog and chili bowls.
JULY 2013
Everyone is invited to the Exodus Games to be held on July 6 at Sacred Hearts Academy from 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM.  This is a free family event sponsored by the Central Oahu Vicariate Youth & Young Adult Ministries that will be filled with games, food booths, entertainment, a movie, and so much more, all in support of vocations.  E.P.I.C. Ministry will also be having a food booth.  The OLS InHarmony Choir along with friends from ROL and St. Michael will be leading the music for the Mass that will be presided by Bishop Larry Silva.  Visit www.exodusgames2013.com for more information.  You won't want to miss this!
From the Coordinator:
"Faith to Action"
One misconception people may have about leading a "life of prayer" is that it is a static, inactive way of life, as if it meant locking yourself in the church praying the rosary all day.  That is as far from the truth as you can get.  A life of prayer instills a deeper life of faith which must lead, by its very nature and virtue, to a life of action.

The saints are prime examples of people who lived lives of prayer.  Their strong faith propelled them to do things that in many ways changed the world for the better.  Whether it was service to those most in need like Sts. Damien and Marianne, or writing inspirational testimonies, or performing miracles and healings, the saints exemplify how the power of God's love and grace continues to be active in this world.

I often compare our prayer life with a heart monitor...flat-lining is bad.  Why?  Because when there's no activity, that means we're dead.  Opening yourself to God means allowing Him to lead you and use you as an instrument of His divine plan.  You are a saint in the making, so remember to pray often, live lovingly, and don't flat-line.
Tickets are on sale now! This 3-part series will be held at Pearl Ultralounge and is just $15 per session. That gets you entrance into the event as well as dinner and soft drinks. Any alcoholic drinks can be purchased on your own at the bars located in the venue. It's going to be a nice time for you to sit down, eat and drink, and talk story about God.  The last event is Sunday, July 7, so reserve your tickets now!

Open to young adults age 21 and older.
E.P.I.C. Genesis Night at D&B (Monday, June 24)
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