All Press Releases for January 22, 2019

Sister Joan Chatfield Celebrates Her Work With the Maryknoll Sisters and the Interfaith Alliance Hawaii

Spirituality of all kinds and working with children are two things that can truly change lives. Sister Joan Chatfield has been blessed enough to have lived a life highly engaged in both working with a number of remarkable organizations and people.

"I have never wanted to be a selfish person. I've been blessed to have the opportunity to have a positive influence magnified by the existing efforts of some wonderful people."

    NEW YORK, NY, January 22, 2019 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Some people go through life just worried about themselves, while others do everything they can to make the world around them a more caring, warm, and overall better place for everyone possible. Esteemed educator, Sister Joan Chatfield is well known and highly respected as a compassionate and wise community leader who readily speaks out against social injustice. She is a mentor who brings people together from all cultural, socioeconomic and religious backgrounds to share and celebrate similarities and differences. One could say that Sr. Chatfield's altruistic behavior is the reason why she was recently named one of Hawaii's "Living Treasures". She devotes much of her free time and energy to the art of giving to others, and has worked with some of the area's most life cultivating organizations, such as Global Youth Center Hawaii, and The Institute for Religion and Social Change.

"I have never wanted to be a selfish person," commented Sr. Chatfield. "I have been blessed to have the opportunity to have a positive influence magnified by the existing efforts of some wonderful people."

Sr. Chatfield's favorite place to spend her time and energy has been with The Maryknoll Sisters, by spreading God's words, and helping children who live in impoverished communities. She also likes to amplify the works of Fr. Anthony de Mello, SJ to teach love meditation that breaks down many of the problems which torment people in life. Sr. Chatfield is the director emeritus of Interfaith Hawaii Organizations, whose mission is to show the universal truth that can be delivered in multiple forms, and put an end to religious feuding, discrimination, and bigotry. She stands strongly on many issues of justice and seeks to foster understanding between faiths to promote an all-inclusive love and compassion for all humankind.

For more information contact Sr. Joan Chatfield at her newly debuted website,, whose aim is to further Sr. Chatfield's teachings, philosophies, charitable and community activity, and more.

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A Living Treasure of Hawaii: Sister Joan Chatfield