A Joyful Noise in Haiti!

Voices and bongo drums resound in worship at the Kobonal Haiti Mission. A band and choir set a celebratory atmosphere for the hundreds of poor, rural Haitians gathered at this simple open-air pavilion for Father Glenn Meaux’s Mass.

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Improving Lives in Haiti

When Gertrude Cene’s stomach growls during class at nursing school, she recalls the blessings of the Kobonal Haiti Mission with a spirit of gratitude. Though she only attended the mission school for one year during her teens, she fondly remembers the way daily nutritious meals kept her satisfied and alert.

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Hearts of Gratitude

As Thanksgiving approaches, I’ve been thinking about what it means to have heart of full of gratitude. When I do, I can’t help but think about my friends at Kobonal Haiti Mission in the Central plateau.

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Loving Your Neighbor

A wife and mother of five boys, Estelia’s life has been marked by difficulty. “My husband had to go to the Dominican Republic to work in bad conditions to support our family. I was always waiting for him to come back and help with the children because they were always sick.

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