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Perpetual Help

 

 

REFLECTIONS ON THE READINGS OF THE 1ST SUNDAY OF LENT (March 5th, 2017)

Genesis 2, 7-9 + 3, 1-7; Psalm 51; Romains 5, 12-19; Matthew 4, 1-11         

 

By +Guy Sansaricq.

 

Welcome to the Holy Season of LENT!  Did you notice that the 1st reading is more about me and you than it is about Adam and Eve? They were in a garden filled with beautiful trees bearing gorgeous fruits. However there was one forbidden tree symbolizing EVIL that they should not touch. Like them we tend to commit the unforgivable mistake of preferring Satan’s advice over God’s advice. We too tend to think that we will be better off following our way than God’s way. What’s wrong seems more attractive and profitable.  Every time we commit a sin we actually choose wrong over right, bad over good, death over life, darkness over light, Satan over God.

 

The Gospel text portrays JESUS in a garden being tempted by the same Satan who had trapped Adam and Eve in his snare. Jesus was hungry. Yet, he stands as the NEW ADAM, the one who is passionate about the FATHER’S WILL He dismisses Satan proclaiming “Man does not live by bread alone but by every word coming from the mouth of God.” “The Lord alone shall you WORSHIP AND SERVE.”

In the end Adam and Eve realize their nakedness meaning their absolute weakness and powerlessness while angels came to minister to Jesus,” hence manifesting the success of His Way.

 

During this journey of Lent leading us to the joy of Easter, we will strive strenuously to strengthen our conviction that Jesus, the new Adam is the model we must follow. His promises are unfailing!

MAN DOES NOT LIVE OF BREAD ALONE BUT OF EVERY WORD THAT COMES FROM THE MOUTH OF GOD.” 

 

 

REFLECTIONS SUR LES LECTURES DU PREMIER DIMANCHE DU CAREME (5 MARS 2017)  

 

Par +Guy Sansaricq

 

A l’entrée du Careme, L’Eglise nous offre deux textes qui s’éclairent l’un l’autre

D’abord c’est l’histoire d’Adam et Eve qui se laissent séduire par Satan pour ensuite se découvrir nus, ce qui veut dire faibles et sans défense. En contraste, dans l’Evangile, Jésus, tenté à son tour, répudie Satan et bénéficie immédiatement de la consolante attention des anges du ciel.

 

La désobeissance aveugle d’Adam et Eve conduit à leur perte et à celle de leurs descendants.

Au contraire l’obéissance de Jésus arrête la catastophique condamnation de l’Humanité et inaugure LE SALUT. Adam est le père de l’humanité perdue. Jésus est le nouveau Père de l’humanité sauvée.

 

Le Carème nous supplie de tourner le dos à l’aveuglement et l’arrogance du premier Adam qui préféra sa volonté à celle de Dieu et ainsi écouta Satan plutot que Dieu.

Au contraire la voie de Jésus, celle de l’obéissance au Père est celle qui mène au salut.

 

Durant le Carème, l’on prie davantage, l’on ne manqué pas aux Chemins de Croix du vendredi, l’on s’abstient de viande les vendredis, l’on va se confesser, on assiste à la retraite paroissiale et l’on prend plus au sérieux l’appel de Jésus à la CONVERSION.

   “ L’homme ne vit pas seulement de pain mais de toute parole venant de Dieu”                              

                     “ Dieu seul tu adoreras et à lui seul tu rendras hommage.”

 

 

Valeska Maurice Valcin-Une étoile Haitienne au Japan

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Le Personnel de la Radio Telé Solidarité continue à sillonner la planète pour  rencontrer les femmes et les Hommes qui font la difference dans notre société.

Radio Tele Solidarite a été très heureux d’avoir un entretien avec Valeska Maurice Valcin à l’occasion de la journée Internationale de la femme. Valeska est la candidate  de la Communauté Haitienne du Japan pour le concours de la femme de l’Année 2017 de la Radio Telé Solidarité.

 

Valeska a suivi un remarquable parcours intellectuel. Elle est une passionnée  de l’education superieure . Ancienne étudiante  de l’institut des Hautes etudes Commerciales et Économiques ou a elle a étudié  L’administration, elle a eu accès à de très bons emplois . Elle a lutté toute sa vie pour avoir une très bonne education et est en train de terminer ses etudes dans une  université du Japan, des etudes en relations Internationales et Diplomatie. Valeska est parmi les jeunes etoiles  de la communaute Haitienne.

Elle  est une femme polyglotte parlant le Creole , le Francais, l’Anglais, l’Espagnol et le Japonais.   Valeska profita de son entretien avec Bishop Guy Sansaricq pour parler de sa vie, son parcours intellectuel et son constant souci d’obtenir une très  bonne  education. Elle croit fermement que l’education ouvre toutes les portes.

 

Rappelons que Valeska  est la  fondatrice de la communaute Haitienne du Japon  une petite communaute en nombre mais qui represente Haiti honorablement au Japan.  Cette  communaute est très proche de l’ambassadeur Harold Joseph  qui represente Haiti dans ce pays.

Valeska a mis l’accent dans son entretien sur la culture du Japan en mentionnant le faible taux de criminalité dans ce pays. Les femmes peuvent y sortir la  nuit  sans prendre de risque.

Valeska  est prête à retourner en Haiti  après ses etudes pour apporter sa contribution à sa terre natale après ses etudes. Pour écouter l’entretien de Valeska clicquer sur ce lien: https://youtu.be/Jr2S-E4P7Rk

Nous saluons Valeska. Elle comprend profondément ce qui échappe à beaucoup. Nos talents personnels appartiennent avant tout à la communauté où se plongent nos racines!

Brother Tob

Valeska Maurice Valcin-A Haitian star in Japan

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The Staff of  Radio Telé Solidarité continues to criss-cross the world to meet the women and men who make a difference in our society.

We were thus very happy to have an interview with Valeska Maurice Valcin on  the occasion of the International Women’s Day. Valeska is the candidate of the Haitian Community of Japan for the contest of the woman of the year 2017 of Radio Telé Solidarité

 

Valeska has a great intellectual background and is passionate about higher education. She is a former student of the Institute of Higher Business and Economics where she studied Administration. Hence, she had access to very good jobs. She struggled all her life to obtain a very good education She is currently finishing her studies at a university in Japan on International Relations and Diplomacy. Valeska is among the young stars of the Haitian community.

 

Valeska is a polyglot woman. She speaks Creole, French, English, Spanish and Japanese. She took advantage of her interview with Bishop Guy Sansaricq to talk about her life, her intellectual journey and her commitment to obtain a very good education. She firmly believes that education opens most doors.

 

Valeska is the founder of the Haitian community of Japan a small community in terms of numbers but one that represents Haiti honorably in Japan. This community is very close to the Haitian ambassador in that country Mr.Harold Joseph .

Valeska emphasized in her talk the culture of Japan mentioning the very low  crime rate in that country. Women can go out at night without any worry.

Valeska is ready to return to Haiti after her studies to bring her contribution to her native land after studying in Japan. We are proud of her as she deeply realizes what seems to escape many that the personal skills of an individual belongs in the first place to the community where his or her roots are planted.

 

To listen to Valeska’s interview click on this link: https://youtu.be/Jr2S-E4P7Rk

 

 

Brother Tob

Concours de la Femme de l’année de Radio Telé Solidarité-Candidates de 1 0Pays

 

Le Personnel de la Radio Telé Solidarité est très heureux d’informer le peuple de  Dieu que le concours de la femme de l’année  2017 occupe une très grande place dans la presse Haitienne Catholique de la Diaspora. Les candidates Haitiennnes de 10 Pays participeront à ce  concours. Les Femmes Haitiennes vivent un peu partout et travaillent très fort  pour bien representer Haiti partout où elles se trouvent.

Le personnel de la Radio Telé Solidarité a fait un travail colossal pour avoir des femmes Haitiennes de differents pays  à ce concours. L’un des objectifs de ce concours est de ronforcer les liens de Solidarité entre les femmes d’Haiti et celles de la diaspora.  Nous avons beaucoup de  candidates de grand calibre dans ce concours.  Les membres du jury  auront un Difficile choix  à faire. En revanche nous  considerons  toutes les candidates  de ce concours  comme  les femmes  de  l’année 2017  de la Radio  Telé  Solidarité.

 

Nous  continuons  à enregistrer  des candidates pour ce  Concours.

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La Communauté Haitienne  du Bresil  sera represntée par Laurette Bernadin. Elle est la présidente  de l’association  de la communauté Haitienne du Brésil et est Physioterapeute de formation.  Elle continue à etudier  à l’université pour avoir une maitrise en Affaires Internationales.

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La Communauté Haitienne de la Republique Dominicaine  a une 3ème candidate . Son Nom est Sherline Jean Baptiste. Elle a une licence  en communication sociale et relations publiques de la Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra au Santiago, RD. Elle a également étudié la gestion et l’administration des petites et moyennes entreprises au TEP-PUCMM. On doit ajouter  que  Melle Jean Baptise  est  un artiste.

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La Communauté Haitienne du Japon  sera representée  par Melle Valeska  Valcin.  Melle Valcin doit  terminer ses etudes Universitaires au Japan  cette année en diplomatie et en Relations Internationales De l”université Alison Course. Elle est aussi la fondatrice  de la communaute Haitienne au Japan  et maintenant elle étudie la medicine et doit  ajouter qu’elle est de foi Catholique.

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La Communauté Haitienne  du Mexiqe sera represensée par Melle Phara Ambroise, ancienne etudiante des Soeurs de Lalue (Marie Reine Immaculée) Elle est detentrice d’un diplome en Psychologie

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La Communauté  Haitienne de Paris a une 6ème  Candidate. Son nom est Nephtalie Eva  Joseph. Elle est Psychologue et Aprenti-Chercheuse. Elle est candidate pour un doctorat en Psycholologie à l’université de Bourgogne , France  oú elle fait sa these sur la resilience  des enfants confiés aux services de  la protection de l’enfance.

 

Nous souhaitons tous Bonne Chance aux Candidates du concours de la femme de l’Année de la Radio Telé Solidarité. Les competitions telles que celles-ci forcent les participantes à exceller dans leurs domaines respectifs. Toute la communauté s’enrichit de l’étalage de tant de talents.

 

 

Brother Tob

The Staff of Radio Telé Solidarité  is very happy to inform the people of God that the women’s competition of the year 2017 is receiving great publicity throughout the Haitian Diaspora. Candidates from 10 countries will participate in this contest. Haitian women are everywhere and work very hard to represent Haiti wherever they are.

 

The Staff of  Radio Telé Solidarité has done a tremendous job in rallying Haitian women from 10 countries to this competition. One of the objectives of this competition is to strengthen the bonds of Solidarity between the women of Haiti and those of the diaspora. We have a lot of high caliber candidates in this contest. The jury members will have a tough choice to make. On the other hand, we consider all the candidates of this competition as the women of the year 2017 of Radio Telé Solidarité. They are all valuable and admirable.

Registration is still open.

The Haitian Community of Brazil will be represented by Laurette Bernadin. She is the president of the association of the Haitian community of Brazil and is Physioterapist by formation. She continues to study in the university to have her master’s degree in International Affairs.

 

The Haitian Community of the Dominican Republic has a 3rd candidate. Her Name is Sherline Jean Baptiste. She holds a BA in Social Communication and Public Relations from the Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra in Santiago, RD. She also studied the management and administration of small and medium-sized enterprises in PET-PUCMM. We must add that Ms Jean Baptiste is an artist.

 

The Haitian Community of Japan will be represented by Ms Valeska Valcin. Ms Valcin must complete her university studies in Japan this year in diplomacy and international relations. She is also the founder of the Haitian community in Japan

 

 

The Haitian Community of Mexico will be represented by Miss Phara Ambroise, former student of the Sisters of Lalue (Marie Reine Immaculée). She holds a Diploma in Psychology of Alison Course University and now she is studying medicine and must add that she is of Catholic faith.

The Haitian Community of Paris has a 6th Candidate. Her name is Naphtalia Eva Joseph. She is a Psychologist and “Aprenti-Chercheuse.” She is a candidate for a doctorate in Psycholology at the University of Burgundy, France where she wrote  her thesis on the resilience of children entrusted to the protection of children Agency.

 

We all wish Good Luck to the Candidates of the contest of the woman of the Year of Radio Telé Solidarité. It is healthy to participate in contests as it challenges all the candidates to excel I their respective skills. The entire community is enriched by their performance.

 

 

Brother Tob

 

Marie has always worked with the Haitian Apostolate as indicated in this article.  We are glad that she is now involved in making a difference as well in the church in Haiti particularly in the Diocese of Nippes.

 

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Theology Alumna Works Toward Lasting Change in Haiti

From left to right: Sr. Martha Barlai ‘12G, D.C., Sr. Marcelle Fils Aime, and Marie C. Fouché ‘11G at the St. Vincent de Paul Health Center in Haiti

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Marie C. Fouché ‘11G moved permanently to the United States from her native Haiti in 1968, but she has spent a lifetime working to give back to her home country. Most recently, she developed a program, Renesansavo in collaboration with La Coalition Pour le Relèvement de L’Anse-à-Veau (CORA), to educate Haitian youth about community sustainable development and the Catholic faith. She is a member of the Ladies of Charity at SJU and serves as the Ladies of Charity International Representative (AIC) to the Vincentian Family Haiti Initiative Commission.

Fouché maintains a blog about her experiences in Haiti, The Haiti Diaries: A Journey Through Haiti. Her service to the country began in 1975, as a founding member of Haitian Americans United for Progress, Inc. (HAUP). Through HAUP, Fouché has been a strong proponent of Haitian and the Creole language. She has published Jean-Claude Martineau’s book and record, Flè Dizè, and written plays that were performed as fundraisers for HAUP. She also co-hosted a Radio Tropical show on women’s issues with Marie Therese Guilloteau entitled Fanm Dayiti.

Fouché has had a long and successful career first as an administrator at the European American Bank and the National Pastoral Life Center of the Archdiocese of New York, and then as a bilingual elementary school teacher in the New York City public school system.

She is also a long-time active member of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Church in Cambria Heights, NY. As part of her service there, she worked as an administrative volunteer for the National Haitian Apostolate Center, and chaired an advisory committee for Retired Auxiliary Bishop Guy Sansaricq.  In 2012, she attended a conference in Washington sponsored by the Committee on the Church in Latin America of the Catholic Conference of American Bishops about the earthquake devastation in Haiti. The conference made her want to do more to help her native country. “I looked around and thought, Why are they going [to Haiti] and not me?” After 16 years in the U.S., she travelled to Haiti with a group of NYC educators to give workshops on teaching literacy and loved the experience of being with “committed people making a difference.”

Fouché directs her current efforts at the diocese of Anse-à-Veau, where her husband was born. Anse-à-Veau will celebrate 300 years in 2021 and Fouché felt that the town needed some improvements before it would be ready for this milestone. “I looked around and didn’t see what young people would celebrate. The only people who can change this situation are the youth if given the opportunity.” Fouché’s program, Renesansavo, educates the young people of Anse-à-Veau about sustainable development and Catholic social teaching to attract tourism and revitalize the town. So far, the program has run through the summers of 2014 and 2015. Two graduate students of Ciné Institute in Jacmel, Haiti attended the second part of the program to film a documentary about the experience. In its third year, the program held a summer camp for 50 disadvantaged children in the rural area of Brossard, partially sponsored by the Ladies of Charity at SJU and Forgotten Children of Haiti. Some Renesansavo participants served as camp counselors for these children.

Fouché decided to pursue her M.A. in Theology at SJU when she retired from teaching. “I’ve always been involved in the Church, and I wanted to understand my faith better,” she said of this decision. At St. John’s, Fouché met Rev. Michael D. Whalen, C.M., who referred her to Sister Margaret John Kelly, D.C. at the Vincentian Center for Church and Society. “It fit into what I’d always been doing,” said Fouché, “and I was really inspired by the Vincentian Family model of organized charity. You’re not giving charity; you’re working and walking with others for complete change.”

Her work has earned Fouché honors within the Catholic community. In November 2015, she received the Pro Ecclesia Pontifical Honors at St. Joseph’s Co-Cathedral of the Diocese of Brooklyn. She also won the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Medal from St. John’s University in September 2016.

In addition to her M.A. from St. John’s, Fouché holds an Associate Degree in Management from New York University, a bachelor’s degree in Education from Empire State College, a master’s degree as a Reading Specialist from Queens College, and a master’s bilingual extension in Haitian Creole from City College. She became a member of the Ladies of Charity at SJU in January 2012.

 

 

Youth Even 2017

Piece of  Kristie Barthelemy

Elisabeth-New Jersey

Kean University

  1. Communication Studies

 

 

 

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On Saturday February 25th, 2017, Radio – Tele Solidarite & The Haitian Ministry of the Diocese of Brooklyn hosted “A Youth Gathering & Talk Show” at St Theresa in Brooklyn, NY where they targeted the youth that live in the community and surrounding. In attendance there were youth from New Jersey, Spring Valley, Brooklyn-Queens  , Long Island , Manhattan and Philadelphia. This event did not only target the Haitian population but anyone who was willing to come and participate.  You don’t have to be a catholic to attend it, everyone was welcome. Personally, As I was attending the talk show I did not really know what to expect nor what would the ambiance or environment would be since it is a church activity. I was not disappointed. It lasted about 5 hours from 12 to 5 pm.

 

The event was somewhat coordinated and organize. Once you entered the room a person was designated to receive the guest and provide them with the sign in sheet as the guests were arriving. As any Christian based activity, the afternoon started with a prayer that was led by the Most  Reverend Bishop Sansaricq followed by the cultural part of the show. The performance was good some were better than others but overall the performers did a great job.

However, there were small technical problems with the sound, the microphone and the computers, problems that were fixed along this afternoon.  For the large amount of people, they had present, the small screen was not able to project the person’s face nor were they heard in the back of the room.

Since this event was for the youth, they had a panel of discussions in which they were supposed to answer questions that were based on the theme “Can Love bring Change “, the responses I have heard were really taken into the person’s perspective of what and how love can bring change.  The panelist was between 16 to 25 years old and not to experience to answer some of the questions they were asking. They were not meant for people who are just starting to have complete control of their live and who are not really positively sure of what experiences they need to overcome in some situations. The questions should be based on the panelist’s age.

During this event, they took the time to commemorate Black History Month as the month was coming to an end.’

I loved the performances.  The choir was really good. They sung their soul away and have even given goose bumps to some of the attendees.  The kids who played the instruments (drumline) were awesome and great, those kids have the passion, love and talent to play in this band. They kept everyone on their toes.

This event exceeded my expectations with the themes and the activities that the day entailed. Like we learned, Yes love can bring changes but in other to do that you have to know who you are as a person.   I hope it is a yearly event and get the opportunity to attend something similar where everyone can gather together as one.

 

Kristie Barthelemy

Kean University

  1. Communication Studies

 

 

 

 

 

Marly René

BS Biology Studies

1 March 2017

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Reflection of Youth Gathering with Diverse Catholic Community

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Black History Month, also known as African American History Month, is a month recognizing the many achievements of Black Americans, past and present, but also celebrating our black culture and how far we have come by faith. As a people, we have passed and fought through trials and tribulations from slavery and the civil rights movement to the black lives matter movement. Through these obstacles, African Americans remained strong and never lost faith in themselves as a people and in God. This is heavily reflected in our culture in different aspects such as music, dance, and religion. Though time has bettered and black people have more freedom, unfortunately we are still a minority and suffer from discrimination. These issues of society and victories won through love were reflected upon this past Saturday, February 25 at St. Teresa of Avila in Brooklyn, New York.

The Youth event coincided well with the ending of Black History Month as the event focused on youth and the theme, “can love bring change.” The event was inspiring and spiritual. It was not a time of worship and prayer but a time of acknowledging the power of God’s gifts, dwelling among each and every one of us. It was inspiring to witness so many youth, who rather stay in the streets under bad influences, choose to give themselves to God. Many performances were held such as speakers reading poems, singing, and dancing. Though the Haitian community was highly present, many other cultures were there as well. One truly could feel the presence of God.

A main takeaway from this event is that it deepened my faith in God as I witnessed choirs, singers, and dancers poor out their hearts in what they do best. The panelists, students in high school and college, mentioned this as well in regards to loving with all of one’s heart and embracing one other, including one’s blackness to make a change. They suggested being more active in the community and eventually expanding because a small act of love can make a big difference. I am grateful for experiencing the youth event this past Saturday. I gained more inspiration and self – analysis to be the change I want to see in my community and the world. This should definitely be a yearly event.

 

Reflection of Youth Gathering with Diverse Catholic Community

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Black History Month, also known as African American History Month, is a month recognizing the many achievements of Black Americans, past and present, but also celebrating our black culture and how far we have come by faith. As a people, we have passed and fought through trials and tribulations from slavery and the civil rights movement to the black lives matter movement. Through these obstacles, African Americans remained strong and never lost faith in themselves as a people and in God. This is heavily reflected in our culture in different aspects such as music, dance, and religion. Though time has bettered and black people have more freedom, unfortunately we are still a minority and suffer from discrimination. These issues of society and victories won through love were reflected upon this past Saturday, February 25 at St. Teresa of Avila in Brooklyn, New York.

The Youth event coincided well with the ending of Black History Month as the event focused on youth and the theme, “can love bring change.” The event was inspiring and spiritual. It was not a time of worship and prayer but a time of acknowledging the power of God’s gifts, dwelling among each and every one of us. It was inspiring to witness so many youth, who rather stay in the streets under bad influences, choose to give themselves to God. Many performances were held such as speakers reading poems, singing, and dancing. Though the Haitian community was highly present, many other cultures were there as well. One truly could feel the presence of God.

 

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A main takeaway from this event is that it deepened my faith in God as I witnessed choirs, singers, and dancers poor out their hearts in what they do best. The panelists, students in high school and college, mentioned this as well in regards to loving with all of one’s heart and embracing one other, including one’s blackness to make a change. They suggested being more active in the community and eventually expanding because a small act of love can make a big difference. I am grateful for experiencing the youth event this past Saturday. I gained more inspiration and self – analysis to be the change I want to see in my community and the world. This should definitely be a yearly event.

Good to know: Black History Month & Women’s Month!

Deacon Paul C. Dorsinville.

 

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While we try to figure out what is happening with Immigration, Social Security, Medicare, Taxation, etc., it is good to celebrate and imitate the men and women who have traced the way before us and those still alive. First, our new Eve since all humans carry in their DNA the one marker which appeared in East Africa: Our Blessed Mother and her son: Our Lord and Savior Jesus-Christ! Then St Anthony, (Abbot), St Josephine Bakhita, St Katharine Drexel, Sts Perpetua and Felicity, St Damase, St Charles Langwa and Companions, St Vincent, St Cyril of Alexandria, St Augustine, St Benedict the Moor, St Martin of Porres, St Peter Claver, St Cyprian, Venerable Pierre Toussaint, Mother Mary Elizabeth Lange, Venerable Henriette de Lille,Rev Martin Luther King Jr., Rep John Lewis, Nelson Mandiba Mandela, Pres Barak H. Obama, the three ladies engineers of NASA “Appollo Program”, your preferred ones and …
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Pendant que nous essayons de comprendre ce qui se passe avec l’Immigration, la Sécurité Sociale, Medicare, Taxes, etc., il est bon de célébrer et d’imiter ceux et celles qui ont tracé le chemin et les vivants. En premier, notre nouvelle Eve puisque tous les humains ont ce trait de DNA qui a commencé en Afrique de l’Est: Notre Sainte Mère et son fils: Notre Seigneur et Sauveur Jésus-Christ! Ensuite St Antoine (Abbé), St Joséphine Bakhita, Ste Katharine Drexel, Stes Perpétue et Félicité, St Damase, St Charles Langwa et Compagnons, St Vincent, St Cyrille d’Alexandrie, St Augustin, St Benoit le Maure, St Martin de Porres, St Pierre Claver, St Cyprien, Vénérable Pierre Toussaint, Mère Marie Elisabeth Lange, Vénérable Henriette de Lille, Rev Martin Luther King Jr., Rep John Lewis, Nelson Mandiba Mandela, Prés Barak H. Obama, les trois ingénieures du “Programme Appollo” de NASA, tes préferré(e)s et…

          Proverbes

Afos  Krich ale nan dlo, li fini pa kraze

Pito ou ganyen youn Zé an pè pase youn bèf nan  batay

Se  bon kè  Krab ki fè li san  tèt

Sa ki viv trankil, dòmi Trankil

Se pa tout medsen  ki geri malad yo

Fo pa ou bay chen veye mantèg

 

 

 

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