Marianist Center of Hawaii

RACISM in HAWAIʻI video link

We are happy to announce that the video link is now functioning for the latest Fr. Robert

Mackey Marianist Lecture:  “RACISM in HAWAIʻI: A Faith Response”

 

Native Hawaiian priest, Fr. Alapaki Kim, from St. Ritaʻs Parish in Nanakuli tells the story of racism in Hawaiʻi.  Learn where it

comes from and how it plays out in our island home.  Although racism is most associated with the mainland, it happens

here in the islands as well.  Discover the similarities and the differences between racist tendencies here as compared to

the North American mainland.  Click here for the video link:

 RACISM in HAWAIʻI

 

 

 

 

Special Announcement

The 10a.m. Sunday Eucharist has resumed at Mystical Rose Oratory.  Diocesan norms for masks and safe distancing are followed.  Due to limited seating, it’s best to contact Chaminade Campus Ministry in advance at cuhministry@chaminade.edu

Sunday Eucharist continues to be live-streamed at 10a.m. at the Mystical Rose Oratory Facebook page

Mission and Purpose of the Marianist Center of Hawaiʻi

The Marianist Center of Hawai’i is sponsored by the Society of Mary, the Marianists, a Catholic religious order dedicated to Mary, the Mother of Jesus and the First Disciple. The Marianists were founded by Blessed William Joseph Chaminade, a man dedicated to re-establishing a renewed Christian faith in a society which had spurned religion.

The purpose of this Corporation is to engage in the educational, moral and spiritual care of people in Hawai’i, and to give them the opportunity and means to worship at Mystical Rose Oratory on the campus of Chaminade University and St. Louis School. Through its Office of Special Ministries, the Marianist Center sponsors and conducts workshops and conferences on religion, liturgical arts, religious life and religio-socio concerns.

Please use the links on the top of this page to learn more about who we are and what we do…