Sister Agnes Vera Hino was one of five St. Francis School alumnae who was honored for making an impact on the school and community during the Saint Francis School annual gala which was held Sept. 20 in Honolulu, Hawaii. Read more at hawaiicatholicherald.com.
On Tuesday, April 1, Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie made it official: Jan. 23 will be known as St. Marianne Cope Day in the state. Abercrombie held a ceremony in his chambers at the Capital to sign House Bill 2539, which he said was a moving opportunity. […]
The Sisters of St. Francis of the Neumann Communities, especially those in Hawaii, had much to celebrate on this past Veteran’s Day weekend. The anniversaries celebrated included the 90th year of Saint Francis School’s founding, the 125th year of the arrival of the sisters in Kalaupapa, Molokai, Hawaii, the 130th year since the sisters arrived [...]
“November’s Song” brings to life the story of St. Marianne Cope. You will feel her struggles, see her compassion, and understand what it is like to leave family and the sisters whom she loved to care for those afflicted with Hansen’s disease in Kalaupapa. […]
Enjoy “Always in My Heart,” a one-woman play based on the life of St. Marianne Cope who spent 30 years ministering to patients with Hansen’s disease (leprosy) in Kalaupapa, Hawaii. Performed by award-winning actress, Jacqueline Albarella. […]