Archive for Grace Love

Multifaith Musings: Reflections from Danann Mitchell ’20

Christianity is the most widespread religion practiced in Hawaiʻi today, represented by Protestants, Roman Catholics, and Mormons. From the arrival of American Protestant missionaries with the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions in 1819 on, Hawaiian Protestant Christianity, as a syncretist form of Christianity, has borne witness to both the many sorrows and joys […]

Does God Care Who I Vote For: A Review of an Interfaith Discussion

Religion and politics, the two topics banned from dinner conversations, were finally brought to the same table on December 5th in a panel discussion sponsored by the Chaplains’ Office and Religion Department. Chaplain Siri Erickson and Professors John Cha, Sam Kessler, and Fuad Naeem sought to give insight and stimulate student reflection on the interaction […]

Meet Chaplain Maggie

Chaplain Maggie Falsenschek believes that it’s important to lead from a place of authenticity.   Maggie was raised in the ELCA tradition, but it wasn’t until college that she  really came to appreciate her specific denomination. It was then that she was able to examine scripture, learn about different components of her faith, and study […]

Multifaith Musings: Reflections from Matthew Kalkman ’20

The Roman Catholic Church is the largest Christian Church in the world and has over 1.29 billion members.  It is headed by the Pope and the Holy See in the Vatican in Rome.  The theological foundations of this religion are based on the Nicene creed.  The Mother Mary and saints may be included in prayers […]

Multifaith Musings: Reflections from Grace Love ’19

Neo-Paganism is a modern spiritual movement that does not as yet have a defined universal set of beliefs or a specific structure and authority. Most practitioners, whose numbers are unknown, have a highly individualized form of thought and practice which may overlap with New Age Spirituality and Wicca. Much of the ideology used by today’s […]