Pamela Young traveled to Rome to follow the canonization of Mother Marianne, Hawaii's second saint.
The sisters of St. Francis in Syracuse, New York have decided that St. Marianne should return to the place where she did her service in Hawaii.
Pamela Young is in Rome for the canonization of Hawaii's Mother Marianne.
In a little more than 24 hours, the canonization ceremony begins in Rome for the sister from Kalaupapa who will become Hawaii's second Saint.
Photos from the historic journey half-way around the world to Rome for the canonization of Mother Marianne.
Pamela Young is in New York before heading to Rome for the canonization of Hawaii's Mother Marianne.
In an effort to reach out to younger Catholics around the world, the Vatican has chosen a flock of sainthood candidates who are truly international and truly unique.
Hawaii is on a roll -- two saints within three years. Could Hawaii have a third saint?
Nearly 250 island residents packed their bags for the pilgrimage to the canonization of Mother Marianne.
One halau plans to make hula an integral part of Mother Marianne's canonization pilgrimage.
Diagnosed with Hansen's disease at the age of 12 and exiled to the remote settlement of Kalaupapa, Makia Malo lost his hands, his feet and his eyesight over the years.
The Hawaii Department of Health says a patient is in isolation in the islands, but has not yet been tested for the Ebola virus.
Health officials are reaching out to as many as 100 people who may have had contact with the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the U.S., a spokeswoman with the Texas Department of State Health Services said Thursday.
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