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Hawaii Catholic Herald
1184 Bishop St
Honolulu, HI 96813 Directions
Vatican official urges reconsidering pontifical secret in abuse cases By Cindy Wooden Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY CNS The Catholic Church should re-examine how pontifical secret is applied in clerical sex abuse cases so there is greater transparency in the cases and it is not invoked to hide problems, said a canon lawyer and The post Vatican Abuse Summit Day 2: A woman speaks out, cardinal supports zero-tolerance policy, suggestion emerges for regional bishop accountability appeared first on Hawaii Catholic Herald.
By Carol Glatz Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY All eyes and ears will be on the Vatican during an unprecedented gathering Feb. 21-24 to discuss the protection of minors in the Catholic Church. When Pope Francis announced the international meeting in September, it sparked an optimistic note that the global problem of abuse finally The post Great expectations: Unprecedented Vatican summit on abuse has key, realistic goals appeared first on Hawaii Catholic Herald.
By Julie Asher Catholic News Service WASHINGTON Child sexual abuse in the United States is at epidemic levels. More than 60,000 children are reported to have been abused every year, outnumbering those killed by guns or cars. Those who survive are often left not only with physical wounds, but also with psychological wounds that The post Child sex abuse in the U.S.: Serious and pervasive appeared first on Hawaii Catholic Herald.
All grades at Saint Francis School will close at the end of this academic year, the religious order that sponsors the Manoa pre-K to 12 Catholic school announced on Feb. 14. Saint Francis students received the news at an assembly at the end of the school day, which was also live streamed to the schools The post All grades to close at Saint Francis at end of school year appeared first on Hawaii Catholic Herald.
By Anna Weaver Hawaii Catholic Herald Close to half of the priests serving in Catholic parishes in Hawaii are here on loan from other largely foreign dioceses, according to the 2019 Directory of the Catholic Church in Hawaii. There are 116 priests in active ministry in the Islands. They include 32 who belong to the The post Most of Hawaiis active priests come from outside the diocese appeared first on Hawaii Catholic Herald.
Honolulu Civil Beat
3465 Waialae Ave
Honolulu, HI 96816 Directions
Some legislators thought this year could be the year that Hawaiilegalized recreational marijuana. It probably wont be. Senate Bill 686to legalize recreational use of pakalolo by people 21 and older isnt likely to get a crucial joint hearing by two Senate committees by March 1, the deadline for bills to clear committee hearings before going The post Some Pot Bills Are Still Alive, But Recreational Use Looks Like A Nonstarter appeared first on Honolulu Civil Beat.
State Rep. Gregg Takayama, chairman of the House public safety committee, has a big idea. He wants the state to buy the underutilized Federal Detention Center in Honolulu, a plan he thinks could save taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars and provide a quick fix to Hawaiis overcrowded corrections system. Hawaiis eight jails and prisons The post Hawaii Could Really Use This Federal Prison That Has Plenty Of Empty Cells appeared first on Honolulu Civil Beat.
As sea levels slowly rise around the Hawaiian Islands, the surf eats away at oceanfront properties and threatens to make coastal roads impassible. Even the most conservative scientific models show a half-foot of sea level rise, expected by 2030, would flood miles of highways and potentially cause hundreds of millions of dollars in economic loss. The post Study: Moving Ourselves Away From The Shoreline Is Hard But Doable appeared first on Honolulu Civil Beat.
Opening my own restaurant, the Gochi Grill on Bishop Street, has been the most exciting and the most exhausting thing I have ever done in my life. I couldnt have done it without my employees. Theyre the best. They work hard. They are eager to learn and they remind me of myself when I first The post Legislature Has A Chance To Encourage Retirement Savings appeared first on Honolulu Civil Beat.
The defense attorney for former Honolulu prosecutor Katherine Kealoha, who faces a barrage of felony charges including conspiracy, obstruction of justice, bank fraud, identity theft and trafficking opioids, recently questioned whether her client was mentally capable to stand trial, according to newly released court records. On Wednesday, U.S. District Court Judge J. Michael Seabright issued The post Katherine Kealoha Says Shes Mentally Unfit To Stand Trial But The Judge Disagrees appeared first on Honolulu Civil Beat.
500 Ala Moana Blvd
Honolulu, HI 96813 Directions
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TODAY AIR RIFLERY ILH: Championships, 8 a.m., at St. Francis. BASEBALL College: Iowa at Hawaii DH, 1:05 p.m., at Les Murakami Stadium. College: Biola vs. Hawaii Pacific DH, 2 p.m. at Hans Read More
The Damien boys basketball team is right where it set out to be a year ago.
Makoto Kamata scored 17 points and Liko Soares added 10 off the bench as top-seeded Maryknoll stifled Kailua 47-29 on Friday night in the Division I semifinal round of the Snapple/HHSAA Boys Basketball State Championships.
801 S King St
Honolulu, HI 96813 Directions
CNN -- The Republican candidate in a US House race in North Carolina says a new election should be called after an investigation into election irregularities. Mark Harris, the Republican leading in the contested 9th...
CNN -- President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un will meet one-on-one at the start of their summit next week in Hanoi, a senior administration official said on Thursday. The initial session will be followed by a meal and...
CNN -- Attorney General Bill Barr is preparing to announce as early as next week the completion of Robert Mueller&39s Russia investigation, with plans for Barr to submit to Congress soon after a summary of...
CNN -- After months of deliberation, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders announced Tuesday that he is running for president again in 2020. It will be Sanders&39 second consecutive bid for the Democratic nomination after...
CNN -- State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said Saturday she has withdrawn from consideration as UN ambassador. President Donald Trump had announced he was picking Nauert, but the formal nomination had not been...
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