ARCHIVES

Tent cities sprouting in Haiti as migrants return from Dominican Republic

CNN, By Mariano Castillo, Port-au-Prince, Haiti (CNN, July 30, 2015 Concerns of a humanitarian emergency in Haiti are mounting as a growing number of Haitians returning to their country from neighboring Dominican Republic are living in rapidly growing tent cities with little resources. (Photo: In the past month, near the Haitian border city of Anse-a-Pitres, […]

August 1, 2015 in Haiti News by

Success Rate by subject and department (Bac 2014/2015)

Haiti Libre, 08/01/2015 The Ministry of National Education and Professional Training (MENFP) has made available, based on data provided by the National Bureau of State Examinations (BUNEXE), the success rates by subject and department for the regular session of Baccalaureate 2014/2015. We discover among others, that at the national level the highest success rate is […]

August 1, 2015 in Haiti News by

JetBlue, Marriott Port-au-Prince Partnering to Help Reforestation in Haiti

A partnership to regain Haiti’s lost forest cover Caribbean Journal, By Dana Niland, July 29, 2015 Haiti has lost as much as 98 percent of its forest cover over the decades, but the country has slowly been taking steps to regrow trees. Now, JetBlue and the Marriott Port-au-Prince are helping boost these efforts. The Marriott […]

July 30, 2015 in Haiti News by

The Haiti-Greece Connection

The Haitian Times, By Max A. Joseph, July 29, 2015 Debt is an instrument of control and other insidious motives that have been in use since ancient times. Its potency painfully felt when the debtor becomes insolvent. European Union member and bankrupt Greece may be thousands of miles away from United Nations-occupied and destitute Haiti, […]

July 30, 2015 in Haiti News by

The Long Legacy of Occupation in Haiti

The New Yorker, By Edwidge Danticat, July 28, 2015 I am writing this in Les Cayes, Haiti, where one of the worst massacres of civilians took place on December 6, 1929, during the nineteen-year American occupation of Haiti, an occupation that began a hundred years ago today. The Cayes massacre took place during a demonstration, […]

July 29, 2015 in Haiti News by

Chelsea Clinton and Donna Shalala visit Haiti on mission to empower women

Miami Herald, By Jacqueline Charles, July 28, 2015 Chelsea Clinton, who serves as vice chair of her father’s philanthropic foundation, arrived in Haiti on Tuesday for a two-day visit to promote women and girls. (Photo: Chelsea Clinton, right, visits Haiti as vice chair of the Clinton Foundation. Her first stop is Caribbean Crafts, where she […]

July 29, 2015 in Haiti News by

An Iconic Image of Haitian Liberty

By The New Yorker, July 28, 2015 On News Desk today, Edwidge Danticat writes about the legacy of the U.S. occupation of Haiti, which began a hundred years ago, on July 28, 1915, and ended in 1934. “It is very hard to figure out what to commemorate, what to remember and what to forget, during […]

July 29, 2015 in Haiti News by

Self-Sufficiency—The Key to Haiti’s Future

Haiti can become more self-sufficient by attracting foreign investment. Foreign Policy Journal, by Michelet Nestor, July 27, 2015 If the cavern-like walls of the Sodeth Clinique Hospitaliere on Rue Tamarin, situated in Croix-des-Bouquets in the outskirts of Port au Prince could talk, they would surely scream. (Photo: Mountainside farming plots near Port-au-Prince, Haiti (Jlanghurst/Wikimedia Commons) […]

July 28, 2015 in Haiti News by

Haitians feel squeeze as domestic currency weakens against dollar

Miami Herald, By Jacqueline Charles, July 27, 2015 For Michella Louis, summertime in Haiti means dining out with friends and shopping for the latest fashion offerings. (Photo: A minibus worker seeks passengers for his tap-tap in the Grand Rue market area of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday, June 16, 2015. Haitians are feeling the pain of a […]

July 28, 2015 in Haiti News by

A leap of faith

Meet the 97-year-old goddess of Haitian dance. Aljazeera, By Allison Griner | 25 Jul 2015 They came to her shaded porch, not to learn pliés or pirouettes, but to stomp and sway in the rhythm of the loa spirits. Knees low, arms wide, they bounced and flicked their limbs, their footfalls echoing centuries of Haitian ancestors. Viviane […]

July 26, 2015 in Haiti News by

close window

Service Times & Directions

Weekend Masses in English

Saturday Morning: 8:00 am

Saturday Vigil: 4:30 pm

Sunday: 7:30 am, 9:00 am, 10:45 am,
12:30 pm, 5:30 pm

Weekend Masses In Español

Saturday Vigil: 6:15pm

Sunday: 9:00am, 7:15pm

Weekday Morning Masses

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 8:30 am

6654 Main Street
Wonderland, AK 45202
(513) 555-7856