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2 Catholic groups continue to aid Maui survivors as needs shift

  • COURTESY ST. ANTHONY OF PADUA CATHOLIC CHURCH
                                Volunteers including Pua Kaialiilii, left, move supplies.

    COURTESY ST. ANTHONY OF PADUA CATHOLIC CHURCH

    Volunteers including Pua Kaialiilii, left, move supplies.

  • COURTESY CATHOLIC CHARITIES HAWAI‘I
                                Bishop Larry Silva, left, Catholic Charities Hawaii CEO-President Rob Van Tassell and CCH Chief Operating Officer Tina Andrade at Sacred Hearts Mission Church.

    COURTESY CATHOLIC CHARITIES HAWAI‘I

    Bishop Larry Silva, left, Catholic Charities Hawaii CEO-President Rob Van Tassell and CCH Chief Operating Officer Tina Andrade at Sacred Hearts Mission Church.

As mortgage, rent and utility payments become due on homes that were lost in the Maui wildfire, anxiety is the overriding tone in the voices of thousands of Maui wildfire victims applying for assistance from two Catholic organizations. Read more

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