The feast of Our Lady of the Pillar, Hawaiian Style!

With hymns, prayers and lots of food, the celebration of the feast of Our Lady of the Pillar was an exciting and colorful one. Beginning the day with the celebration of the Eucharist Rev. Kip Stander, former resident of Casa María, wore the blue Hawaiian chasuble in honor of Our Lady.

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With a crowd of about 40 students, staff and faculty joining the community for Casa Tuesdays, the prayer that evening was Marian is style because of the feast of Our Lady. A combination of Spanish, in honor of Zaragosa, and Hawaiian, in honor of the Hawaiian heritage of our two Hawaiian Marianists. St. Mary’s student Mākena Hamilton enhanced the prayer experience by accompanying the hymn “Queen’s Jubilee” (adapted for the Queen of Heaven) with a graceful hula. Dinner included sub-sandwiches with french fries and a chocolate fudge pillar cupcakes for desserts.

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One Comment on “The feast of Our Lady of the Pillar, Hawaiian Style!”

  1. Dennis Says:

    Wow! She’s a really good dancer. What a nice way to celebrate Our Lady of the Pillar!!!

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