Friday, May 06, 2011

Day of Spirituali-TEA

Join us on Saturday, May 21 from 9:00-5:00 at Holy Trinity Church for this fun and spiritually uplifting day for women of all ages, and feel free to invite friends, tutus, aunties, sisters and other Christian women who will be blessed by the love and mercy of God! While this is a Catholic-based event, all women are welcome.

The special guest speaker is Janet Grace, Executive Director of Hawaii Right to Life. Janet will do a dynamic presentation on God’s healing and forgiveness. From Holy Trinity, Mary and Brianna Ortega will do an inspiring talk on Mary, the Mother of God and MaryRose Timmons-Colton will be sharing on being a Daughter of a Righteous King.

Activities will include faith-sharing, a time of reflection at the beach (very close to the Makai chapel),
a Mary crowning, prayer time including Mass and Adoration. Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided, and door prizes will be given.

The cost is $10 in advance and $12 for walk-ins. Proceeds will be donated to the Respect Life programs in our community. To RSVP, contact MaryRose at Holy Trinity, 396-0551 or trinity4prolife(at)gmail(dot)com.

This event is sponsored by the Holy Trinity Church Respect Life Committee. For more information, contact MaryRose at 396-0551.

Join us on Saturday, May 21 from 9:00-5:00 at Holy Trinity Church for this fun and spiritually uplifting day for women of all ages, and feel free to invite friends, tutus, aunties, sisters and other Christian women who will be blessed by the love and mercy of God!

The special guest speaker is Janet Grace, Executive Director of Hawaii Right to Life. Janet will do a dynamic presentation on God’s healing and forgiveness. From Holy Trinity, Mary and Brianna Ortega will do an inspiring talk on Mary, the Mother of God and MaryRose Timmons-Colton will be sharing on being a Daughter of a Righteous King.
We will have faith-sharing, a time of reflection at the beach (very close to the Makai chapel),
a Mary crowning, prayer time including Mass and Adoration. Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided, and door prizes will be given.
The cost is $10 in advance and $12 for walk-ins. Proceeds will be donated to the Respect Life programs in our community. To RSVP, contact MaryRose at Holy Trinity, 396-0551 or trinity4prolife(at)gmail(dot)com.
If possible, make advance reservations so that the ministry team may prepare for how many we are going to be serving. We would greatly appreciate your kokua. Mahalo.

Thursday, May 05, 2011

Rachel's Vineyard Abortion Recovery Retreats

Rachel's Vineyard weekend retreats offer a beautiful opportunity for healing to any woman or man struggling with the emotional and spiritual pain of an abortion. While based in Catholicism, the retreat is open to and welcomes individuals of all denominations. Retreat dates for 2011 are May 20-22 and October 21-23. For more information, please call Lisa at (808) 349-5071 or e-mail RVinHawaii(at)gmail(dot)com.

Wednesday, May 04, 2011

Hawaii Right to Life PAC endorses Neighborhood Board Candidates

MEDIA RELEASE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 4, 2011

Honolulu, HI - As Honolulu County voters begin casting their ballots in Neighborhood Board elections, Hawaii Right to Life revealed its list of endorsed candidates at hrtl.org.

Janet Grace, Executive Director of Hawaii Right to Life, stated, "We believe the Neighborhood Board election is as important as any other state electoral contest because it gives voters the opportunity to choose lawmakers who are uncompromisingly committed to pursuing life-affirming policies in our local statutes. Each vote for candidates who value life will help bring the urgent change Honolulu needs to thrive and prosper."

Grace added, "The right to vote is one of the most powerful, hard-fought privileges we have, and we encourage all those eligible to exercise that right. We urge voters to support those who respect the rights of all innocent people in all life stages, from the earliest moments of development through the time life reaches its natural conclusion."

Through its "Vote for Life Hawaii" initiative, Hawaii Right to Life has vetted candidates receiving the endorsement, each of whom has pledged to support laws that protect innocent human life and oppose laws that hasten the deaths of any innocent person. Details of the pledge are posted at hrtl.org.

Hawaii Right to Life is a non-profit organization that advances respect for life for all people, from conception to natural death. Founded in 1973, Hawaii Right to Life is the state affiliate of the National Right to Life Committee.
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