May Peace Prevail On Earth International

Archive for February 2017

Peace Pals 2016 Winner donates Peace Pole Prize to School – USA

Avelyn Jing, 5 of the USA, won First Place in her age group in the 2016 Peace Pals International Art Exhibition and Awards. Avelyn portrayed the theme of “May Peace Prevail on Earth” and “Oneness with Diversity” by drawing children from various nationalities dancing together under a rainbow and peace dove, surrounding by flags in hearts. Avelyn, who has…

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“Earth Holder Sangha” dedicate a Peace Pole at Heritage Village, Southbury, Connecticut-USA

On, Sunday, December 11, 2016 the “Earth Holder Sangha” a community in the tradition of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh, celebrated the dedication of a Peace Pole with “MAY PEACE PREVAIL ON EARTH’ in four languages: English, Celtic/Gaelic, Hebrew, and Oglala Sioux Lakota. Each side represents the ancestral heritage of Judith Stevens, who purchased the Peace Pole.…

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Peace Pals International Art Exhibition in Funabashi, Chiba-JAPAN

In 2016, we held our 2nd annual Peace Pals International Art Exhibition in the Citizen’s Gallery of Funabashi City in Chiba, Japan.  It was held from August 10th to August 14th. The Peace Pals International Art Exhibition was part of our peace exhibition, entitled,  “Vibration of Love and Peace” which also included paintings, calligraphy, photographs,…

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Peace Pole at Pax Christi table at Religious Education Congress, Feb 23 weekend-Los Angeles, California-USA

I have had the portable Peace Pole displayed  at the Religious Education Congress  for years. We have a permanent Peace Pole installed in the meditation garden at St. Camillus Center for Spiritual Care and the portable Peace Pole in the Chapel that we take to conferences, such as the Religious Education Congress. Fr Chris Ponnet…

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Acts of Service-Peace Pole-Celebrating the 175th Anniversary of Punahou School, Honolulu, Hawaii-USA

As of May 31st, 2016, a new Peace Pole stands as a monument to peace in the Thurston Memorial Chapel Courtyard. The 6-foot tall Peace Pole, made from ʻōhiʻa wood, bears the message “May Peace Prevail on Earth” in different languages. Acts of service by alumni, students and faculty serving their communities take place every…

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