Christ the King Church
Baptism symbolizes a person’s initiation into the Christian community, and is one of the Sacraments of Initiation. We are delivered from sin and united with Christ through baptism, sharing in His deity and destined for eternal life. After being baptized, we are forever changed; we are no longer the people we once were but rather a new person who has died to sin and to death and has been raised to new life in Christ.
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confessions are done on saturday from 3:30pm to 4:00pm or by appointment.
The sacrament known as the Eucharist is where we receive Christ’s Body and Blood. Christ is present in the bread and wine that the priest consecrates at Mass. Although the bread and wine still have the appearance and flavor of bread and wine, their substance have changed.
Order of Christian Initiation for Adults (OCIA) is for the unbaptized adults who will be Baptized, will receive Confirmation, and receive First Communion in the Catholic Church. Young Adults program is for Baptized Catholic who wish to receive Confirmation and Holy Communion.
Faith Formation is the Catholic Faith teaching not only for children but for the whole family to learn more about God and live their Catholic Faith. In the first year in Faith Formation they receive Reconciliation(Confession). In their second year in Faith Formation they will receive Confirmation and First Communion if they have been Baptized.
For more information on receiving your sacraments at Christ the King Church, call the office at 808-877-6098 or click here to send an email.
Jesus made a promise to His followers before He was crucified that He would send His Spirit to strengthen and comfort them. On Pentacost, forty days after His death and resurrection, He fulfilled His promise and gave them the Holy Spirit. Confirmation is our own Pentecost through the sacrament. When we receive confirmation, the bishop or a priest of his choosing anoints us with oil and places his hands on us, giving us the Holy Spirit.
The sacrament of marriage is more than just a contract, it’s a covenant, which is always about a relationship between two people. The marriage covenant is about the relationship between a husband and wife, which is a lasting union of two people who know and love one another and God. Celebrating marriage is a liturgical act that is done in a public church service. Catholics are encouraged to celebrate their marriage in the Eucharistic Liturgy.
Please contact the parish office at least 6 months in advance to make arrangements, and review these guidelines.