When

Friday, August 17, 2018 from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM HST
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KROC Center, Kapolei

91-3257 Kualakai Pkwy
Ewa Beach, HI 96706

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Paulette Vernay
Diocese of Honolulu Respect Life Office
808-203-6722
respectlife@rcchawaii.org

2nd Annual Life Symposium (Admissions Day Holiday - Friday, August 17, 2018)

Stories handed down. Foundations built and shared. Creating a culture of life. Come and learn how.

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Morning Block: Dr. Darryl Salvador

E Minamina I Ke Ola: “To Value Life” because Life IS Worth Living! Suicide has become an epidemic in today’s society. Rates of suicide in the United States have risen close to 30% since 1999 and has become the 10th leading cause of death. In 2016, about 45,000 individuals died by suicide in our country. In Hawaii, one person dies by suicide every two days on average. Come and find out why this is happening.

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Morning Block: Joy Yadao RN

Living Stories: What Matters Most at the End How can we help individuals and families understand end of life choices they will have to make as they begin their end of life journey. This is where stories come alive and legacies are built.

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Morning Block: Dr. Marc Alexander

Homelessness: The Scandal of our Times We can no longer ignore the plight of so many, including young children, who are living in places unfit for human habitation. The only solution to homelessness is housing, with an effective support system that includes mental health and addiction services. It’s time for all of us together to embrace permanent solutions based on research and compassion, and end the pursuit of temporary and failed approaches.

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Afternoon Block: Dr. Dallas Carter

Malama Piha We have been called by God to be good stewards of all of His creation. This includes the care of human life from conception to natural death as well as the proper use of the resources God gave his here on our planet. The Hawaiian people embrace this truth in the concept of Malama. Let’s take a look at the depth of wisdom that the Church shines on this call to malama the sacredness of life, to malama our aina, to malama one another, and to malama ourselves.

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Afternoon Block: Dr. Darryl Salvador

E Minamina I Ke Ola: “To Value Life” because Life IS Worth Living! Suicide has become an epidemic in today’s society. Rates of suicide in the United States have risen close to 30% since 1999 and has become the 10th leading cause of death. In 2016, about 45,000 individuals died by suicide in our country. In Hawaii, one person dies by suicide every two days on average. Come and find out why this is happening.

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Afternoon Block: Dr. Dianne Bowen-Coleman, Ho'ola Na Pua

Prevention Education, Sex Trafficking of Minors in Hawai`i The prevention-based Education Program teaches what sex trafficking is, what the warning signs are, why it is common in Hawai`i and how to get help. It discusses the dangers of social media and gaming and reinforces using privacy settings. It also addresses pornography and other cultural norms that are fueling the demand for underage youth and concludes with suggestions on how to get involved to bring about change.

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$9,999.99

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    Roman Catholic Church
    c/o Respect Life Office
    6301 Pali Highway
    Kaneohe, HI 96744

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