Dharma Assembly Held for Victims of Hurricane Katrina in Monterey Park

Published on September 11, 2005
Chief Rinpoche Venerable Akou Lamo leads Special Dharma Assembly for victims of Hurricane Katrina.

Chief Rinpoche Venerable Akou Lamo leads Special Dharma Assembly for victims of Hurricane Katrina.

Chief Rinpoche Venerable Akou Lamo, Dharma Teachers, and nuns,

Chief Rinpoche Venerable Akou Lamo, Dharma Teachers, and nuns,

A special Dharma Assembly was held at the Southern California Chapter of the United International World Buddhism Association Headquarters (UIWBAH) in Monterey Park, California to practice the Dharma for those who perished and are suffering as a result of Hurricane Katrina. A similar ceremony was held at Hua Zang Si (temple) in San Francisco. At the assembly in southern California, Dharma Teacher Long Hui, the abbess of Hua Zang Si, announced the formation of the United Relief Committee to help victims of this disaster.

Rinpoches Zhaxi Zhuoma, H.E. Ciren Jiacuo Luosongzan, and Losang Jyatso at Dharma Assembly held in Monterey Park for victims of Hurricane Katrina.

Rinpoches Zhaxi Zhuoma, H.E. Ciren Jiacuo Luosongzan, and Losang Jyatso at Dharma Assembly held in Monterey Park for victims of Hurricane Katrina.