The first set of patters is the Kukui Nut or the Tree of Light and the associations with Christ as the "light of the world" (first set of leaves as seen in the upper part of the wrap).
Next is the Taro, the staple or "bread" of the Hawaiian people (second set of leaves). The Bread Fruit which is a symbol of healing (third set of leaves).
In the two circles above the sun and moon are the monograms for the Mother of God. Tahitian black pearls were donated to represent all the islands. Christ has two Opals to reflect the glory of the rainbow so present in Hawaiian scenery and as the promise of God to Noah to create covenant between heaven and earth.
The first side panel reveals Blessed Fr. Chaminade, founder of the Marianist Family and the Society of Mary (Marianist Brothers and Priests).
The second side panel reveals Venerable Marie Thérèse de Lamourous who played a key role in the early foundation of the Marianist Family; and Blessed Adele de Batz de Trenquelléon, founders of the Daughters of Mary Immaculate (Marianist Sisters).