Hawaii Catholic Herald

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Hawaii Catholic Herald
Formatnewspaper and e-digital
Owner(s)Diocese of Honolulu
PublisherRoman Catholic Bishop of Honolulu
HeadquartersHonolulu, Hawaii
Circulation 19,000
Website www.hawaiicatholicherald.com

The Hawaii Catholic Herald is the present-day version of a series of official newspapers of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Honolulu and its predecessor vicariate apostolic. Established in January, 1947 to replace the publication called the Catholic Herald Newspaper (established in November, 1936), it is published by the Roman Catholic Bishop of Honolulu with a readership of approximately 15,400 people across the state.


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