The Marianists in Hawaii are happy to welcome Marianist Sister Nicole Trahan, F.M.I. who will be visiting the campus and helping us share our Marianist story with those she will meet. The local vocation office has arranged several engagements to allow Sr. Nicole to meet a wide range of students and Marianist supporters and sharing with them who the Marianist Sisters are. We hope you can join us at any and all events with Sr. Nicole.


Marianist Information Table

sr-nicole-full-infoFriday, February 17
9-1PM
Henry Hall Courtyard

Sr. Nicole will be available in the Henry Hall Courtyard to share with you information about our Marianist vocation. Those who actively engage with Sr. Nicole will receive a gift card to either Starbucks or Taste Tea, while supplies last.


Dinner and Presentation with Sr. Nicole

srs-dinnerFriday, February 17
6-8PM
Hale Malia Marianist Community

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All are invited to dinner followed by a brief presentation from Sr. Nicole. She will share a bit about her work as vocation director for the Marianist Sisters, briefly explain the process of being a Marianist Sister, and finally share the joy and blessings she’s received as a Marianist. RSVP required by Monday, February 13.


Day of Recollection

Saturday, February 18
9-5PM
Marianist Beach House (Ewa Beach, HI)

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Sister Nicole Trahan and Bro. Ed Brink will take students those interested in a day-long retreat at the Marianist Brothers Beach House on the Leeward side of the island. The day will be spent discerning were God is calling us in each of our lives and how best we can respond to this call from God with all the talents and gifts we have to offer. There will be time for recreation, prayer, presentation, and reflection. The cost is free. RSVP required.


Marianist Information Table at Sunday Masses

Jonnae Taiafi, Maimoa Fineisaloi, Sister Nicole Trahan, and Joanna NuvalSunday, February 19
10AM, 6:30PM
Mystical Rose Oratory

Sister Nicole will be available after both Masses to share with both Sunday communities about our Marianist story and make contact with possible young women who could be interested in a vocation as a Marianist Sister.