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Easter: Journeying from End to Beginning

In the Church, we are commemorating the season of Lent, officially a time devoted to fasting, abstinence and penitence. Usually one is greeted, probably by a fellow believer, with “What are you giving up for Lent?” This comes from the...

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Dinengdeng & Pinakbet

2018 Regular Session of the State Legislature We’ve reached the midway point of the 2018 Regular Session of the State Legislature. The House and Senate have exchanged bills that have been approved by the chamber that introduced them. The Senate...

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We Believe in God.

Living in Hawai‘i, where diversity is shared by the hand of traditions and experiences from myriads of characters, results in the life of a blissful community. Have you ever wondered what the youth of the island of Maui are involved...

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Food for Thought This March

The average American family spends over $7000 per year on food. Over 40 percent of that amount is for food eaten away from home. That’s about $135 per week, $54 of which is eaten in restaurants. But are we getting...

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Sunflowers Mauistyle!

Hawai‘i is known for its famous tropical flowers such as the fragrant plumerias, colorful hibiscus, exotic bird of paradise and gorgeous ginger blooms. These tropical blooms are common here on Maui and are often seen in the landscaping of homes...

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Let’s Talk Pinoy!

So you’re about to visit the Philippines with your friends and family members for the very first time. Don’t worry, English is widely spoken. But if you don’t want to be “sold down the river,” it’s time for you to...

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