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Bishop Shares the Living Teaching. . .

. . . of Jodo Shinshu Buddhism.  It was wonderful to listen earlier today to Bishop Thomas Okano of the Honpa Hongwanji Mission of Hawaii explain why they had felt compelled to pass and publicize a resolution earlier this year 

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Time for Hawaii to be Equally Blessed

Thanks to Susie Roth, a listening parent with Fortunate Families, I was just alerted to a wonderful coming together of Catholic organizations dedicated to the view that the church should model its beliefs and its faith by welcoming EVERYONE. This

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