1184 Bishop St, Honolulu, HI 96813
Phone: (808) 585-3300 Fax: (808) 521-8428
Roman Catholics

Roman Catholic Church in the state of hawaii

Diocese of Honolulu

Witness to Jesus

Diocesan Offices

Diocesan Offices

Office of Clergy

Staff

Rev. Manuel Hewe, Vicar for Clergy
mhewe@rcchawaii.org
808.585.3348

Darlene Cachola, Administrative Secretary
dcachola@rcchawaii.org
808.585.3343

Location

Chancery
1184 Bishop St.
Phone: 808.585.3300
Fax: 808.585.3384

 

Visiting Priests on Temporary Stay

This concerns priests who come to the diocese for a brief period without a prearranged or regular assignment for the purposes of a visit (not vacation), for study, to provide temporary supply, to give retreats, missions, workshops, etc...

  • Faculties and other privileges are granted according to the norms of Canon Law and the statues of the Diocese of Honolulu. These are granted only by the Bishop or his Vicar General. The normal procedure is to obtain these in writing. However, in emergencies, they can be granted verbally and confirmed by letter. (Note: the State of Hawaii requires a license to witness weddings.)
  • A visiting priest who stays in a parish house more than one month for purposes other than vacation must present himself to the Bishop, the Vicar General, or the Vicar for Clergy. Request for faculties must be made ahead of time, if possible. Further, they are to make their presence known upon arrival to the appropriate person (Vicar General, Vicar for Clergy or the Vicar Forane).
  • Clergy visiting less than a month must present to the local pastor their celebret or letter of suitability. 

Please contact Fr. Manny Hewe at mhewe@rcchawaii.org or (808) 585-3348 for any questions pertaining to this matter.

 

Resources

10 Reasons Why Homosexual "Marriage" is Harmful and Must be Opposed from TFP Student Action (http://www.tfpstudentaction.org)

PREACHING THE MYSTERY OF FAITH - The Sunday Homily from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Washington DC

The Church in Hawaii Welcomes Recent Arrivals in Priestly and Other Ministries - Hawaii Catholic Herald article (24 May 2013 issue)

Priestly Fraternity at Turtle Bay - Hawaii Catholic Herald article (24 May 2013 issue)

 

Wellness Resources

Health Options: In setting goals for losing weight, get real, stay real by Joannie Dobbs and Alan Titchenal as seen in the Star Advertiser.

The Upper Room Crisis Hotline: 1 - (888) 808-8724, offers unique services that are not currently available to Priests, Deacons and Brothers at this time. Services include skilled listening, para-professional counseling, information and referral, suicide prevention and crisis intervention. Click here for brochure.