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Guest Post: Endings and Unveilings

For all who yearn for words from the pulpit that speak to our times: This sermon is published with the kind permission of Rev. David Gierlach, Rector of St. Elizabeth’s Episcopal Church, Honolulu. Today Jesus brings his closest friends in

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Posted in Death and Dying, Faith, I BLOG, Justice, Peace with Justice, Queen Lili`uokalani, Uncategorized

Will the 2019 legislative session in Hawai’i honor the spirit of Queen Liliʻuokalani and Father Damien?

As Notre Dame Cathedral burned, people–Catholic or not, French or not– mourned. Buildings stand for something –good and bad–that we cannot always put into words. As the legislative session draws to a close here in Hawai’i, it is worth asking

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Posted in Business and Justice, Fight for $15, I BLOG, Living wage, Politics and Religion, Queen Lili`uokalani, Workers' Rights

Mai Poina: Why We Must Not Forget

Worth re-reading this week of so-called Columbus Day or what should be Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Past time for the Catholic Church to disavow this hateful doctrine. This guest post by T. Lulani Arquette, president/CEO of the Native Arts and Cultures

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Posted in Colonization, Hawaii Annexation, I BLOG, Indigenous peoples, Mai Poina, Queen Lili`uokalani, Uncategorized

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