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We were so thrilled to visit this beautiful church! The parishioners were gracious and welcoming. All the people who worship here are very friendly. So welcoming! St. Michael the Archangel Church will always have a special place in my memories. I’ll always remember this Church.
We attended this church on Pentecost. The mass was beautiful and the people were very warm and welcoming. The church is absolutely gorgeous. I'm so happy that we were able to celebrate Pentecost in this church.
We had a beautiful visit to Saint Micheal the Archangel Church. This is a newly built church on the same ground as the original church built in the 1880's. It is the oldest Catholic Church on the island. Our priest had a wRm personality and...More
I attended mass here after getting in on a Saturday and went to the 9 am mass. it was very busy the service was mostly in English with a little Hawaii language thrown it. we were given welcoming leis, which was nice. the only annoying...More
We attended mass at St. Michael the morning of our first full day in Kona. We were welcomed with a lei and a hug. The music at mass was beautiful and the community was vibrant. We were impressed by this spiritual, welcoming parish, truly the...More
I walked there with my husband and friends. A beautiful church, with Polynesian carvings. Masses were Sunday at 7 a.m., 9 a.m. & 4:00 p.m. with the Our Father prayed in Hawaiian. Visitors received pretty handmade Leis, fashioned of pull tabs & ribbon.
Our first full day on the island and we were looking for Mass to kick off our week. We chose the Hawaiian/English Mass and weren't disappointed - beautiful. We were welcomed as guests with a shell lei and left feeling like part of the family....More
My experience is that it is different in every region of the country. In fact, I see differences within our diocese in Michigan. We do not have kneelers in the churches around here so it is a sit or stand situation according... More
My experience is that it is different in every region of the country. In fact, I see differences within our diocese in Michigan. We do not have kneelers in the churches around here so it is a sit or stand situation according to the priest's wishes. When in Rome ...