Wallyhouse Catholic Worker

Wallyhouse Catholic Worker

Wallyhouse, the only Catholic Worker House in Hawai'i, is named in honor of Wally Inglis, a lifelong peace activist and defender of the most vulnerable. Wally has been extremely active in the effort to serve Hansen’s disease patients and was a driving force in having the old Hale Mohalu transformed into low-income housing for the elderly, the infirm and those suffering from Hansen’s disease. He and his wife Kay are actively involved in Wallyhouse's ministry which includes Kay’s Cafe-- a hot lunch every Tuesday for guests, a daily food pantry, mail address, device charging, a prayer wall and a peace garden!

Wallyhouse Catholic Worker
St Elizabeth's Episcopal Church
720 North King Street
Honolulu HI 96817

Phone: 808-845-2122

Open art studio; laundry and shower facilities; Christ room hospitality; monthly clarification of thought.

Consider contacting the Wallyhouse Catholic Worker to volunteer your time or to participate in their community life.



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