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Hoon-ko Buddhist Service

Sunday, January 16, @ 10:30 am - 11:30 pm

Free

Shinran Shonin’s Annual Memorial Service
In Person and on Zoom

Hoon-ko commemorates the death of the founder of Shin Buddhism, Shinran Shonin. This holiday is observed in early January from the 9th to the 16th. This holiday is among the most important observed in the Jodo Shinshu tradition. The observance began after Shinran’s daughter. Kakushinni carried on administration of Shinran’s mausoleum, as did her descendants, who ultimately became the Monshu of Jodo Shinshu. In the word hōonkō; ‘hōon’ means “return of gratitude” and ‘ko’ means “to clarify the meaning of” or “gathering”‘. Email SpokaneBuddhistTemple@gmail.com for the zoom link.

Details

Date:
Sunday, January 16,
Time:
10:30 am - 11:30 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Tags:
https://spokanebuddhisttemple.org/

Organizer

Spokane Buddhist Temple
Phone:
(509) 534-7954
Email:
SpokaneBuddhistTemple@gmail.com
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Venue

Spokane Buddhist Temple
927 S. Perry
Spokane, WA United States
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Phone:
509-534-7954
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