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Tag Archives: William Kunisch
Founded in 1966, the Honolulu Chorale, one of the longest-performing community choruses in the state of Hawaii, will hold its Annual Musical Event and Joe McAlister Award Dinner at the Honolulu Country Club tomorrow night. This year’s honoree is our … Continue reading
Father William Kunisch was kind enough to send me the text of his funeral sermon for Carl Crosier, and I am happy to share it with you here. Homily for Carl Crosier’s Funeral Mass What makes a person leave everything … Continue reading
Thank you all for the moving tributes you have sent to my husband, Carl Crosier, as he faces hospice care for his pancreatic cancer. We are currently celebrating some small victories: today he was allowed to graduate to solid food … Continue reading
Last Saturday, while we were sitting at breakfast, I got a phone call. “Kathy, I know this is last-minute, but can you play for me tomorrow?” It was Grant Mack, organist of St. Theresa’s Co-Cathedral. You may remember that it … Continue reading