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Priest to hold healing workshop in Kalihi

The Rev. Michael Lapsley, founder of the Institute for Healing of Memories, will hold a three-day workshop next month that’s tailored for people who have experienced trauma. Read More

Wellness workshop to honor 3 leaders

Sunrise Ministry Foundation’s fifth daylong “Journeys to Wellness” event on Oct. 22 will feature workshops on alternative health options and a salute to three community leaders. Read More

Director departs St. Andrew’s music program

Sunday’s choral evensong at the Cathedral of St. Andrew will be the final service for John Robert Renke in his role as director of the church’s lauded music program. Read More

Izumo Taisha Mission birthday fest Oct. 9

Izumo Taisha Mission of Hawaii will celebrate its 110th anniversary at its annual Thanksgiving Festival. Read More

Palestinian activist will speak about Jerusalem

Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian, a longtime Palestinian activist and law professor, will give a talk about present-day conditions for Palestinians living in Occupied East Jerusalem at an Oct. 8 event at the Parish of St. Clement, 1515 Wilder Ave. Read More

Islam Day at UH to feature panel talk

The University of Hawaii at Manoa Islamic Studies Program will celebrate Islam Day on Tuesday with free events, including a roundtable discussion about the most pressing questions facing Muslims today. Read More

Nonprofit to celebrate Gandhi’s birth

Hawaii-based nonprofit Gandhi International Institute for Peace will hold its annual event to mark Mahatma Gandhi’s birthday on Oct. 2 outside the Honolulu Zoo in Waikiki. Read More

Event honors prominent activist who challenged injustice

The Rev. Daniel Berrigan — the late Roman Catholic priest who emerged as a prominent peace activist during the Vietnam War era — was remembered by Hawaii friends during a Campaign Nonviolence event Thursday at the University of Hawaii’s Newman Center. Read More

Services, observances mark Jewish holy days

Jewish congregations start their High Holy Days season next weekend, with Rosh Hashana services and observances spanning a 10-day period culminating on the holiest day of the year, Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement. Read More

Kaimuki Christian School to dedicate new $4M facility

Kaimuki Christian School will host a blessing ceremony and dedication at 10 a.m. Friday for its new $4.2 million educational center. Read More

New liturgy by isle Lutherans encourages care for the planet

The Lutheran Church of Honolulu is making environmental stewardship the focus of a new liturgical format. Read More

An interfaith peace walk commemorates the atomic attack on Nagasaki

Holding small symbolic lanterns, those who participated in the seventh annual interfaith peace walk this week were encouraged with each step to meditate on “perfect peace.” Read More

Isle Catholic schools report 99% grad rate

Hawaii’s Catholic schools statewide report a 99 percent graduation rate of high school seniors, which falls in line with the national average, according to a Hawaii Catholic Schools news release. Read More

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