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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“We must make the kind of society where it is easier for people to be good.”

—Peter Maurin

“God meant for things to be much easier than we have made them.”

—Dorothy day