Sacramento Buddhist Church Reverend Bob Oshita leads a chanting lesson Saturday, Jan. 31, 2004 during the church’s youth leadership conference. Young Buddhists from across the state gathered in Sacramento for the annual event aimed at cultivating new community leaders and strengthening cultural identity.
Sacramento Buddhist Church Reverend Bob Oshita leads a chanting lesson Saturday, Jan. 31, 2004 during the church’s youth leadership conference. Young Buddhists from across the state gathered in Sacramento for the annual event aimed at cultivating new community leaders and strengthening cultural identity. Carl Costas Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
Sacramento Buddhist Church Reverend Bob Oshita leads a chanting lesson Saturday, Jan. 31, 2004 during the church’s youth leadership conference. Young Buddhists from across the state gathered in Sacramento for the annual event aimed at cultivating new community leaders and strengthening cultural identity. Carl Costas Sacramento Bee Staff Photo

Popular Sacramento Buddhist Church reverend will retire Sunday after 32 years

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