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Points of Light in 2018

This is the Christmas tree a dear friend of more than three decades, Teo Sia Cheng, made this year. I am not sure why Teo decided to make his own tree but I am glad he did.  It lights up

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Posted in Catholics and Culture, I BLOG

Building the Beloved Community: Hawaii, Malaysia and Beyond

The world that Puanani Burgess gets her audiences to visualize as she talks to them about “Building the Beloved Community” is peopled with her children and grandchildren, her husband and other family members and neighbors from her beloved rural Wai`anae.

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Posted in Cardinals, Equality and Faith, I BLOG, LGBT Families, Uncategorized, Women in the Church

Maundy Thursday. Good Friday. Easter

We call these holy days by names now so familiar their meaning recedes. We troop to service on Maundy Thursday, knowing we will witness the reenactment of the washing of the feet of the apostles by Jesus at the Last

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Posted in Budget, Easter, Good Friday, Hawaiian Values, I BLOG, Maundy Thursday, Taxes, Uncategorized