Bishop Guy Sansaricq, Executive Director of the National Center of The Haitian Apostolate
Father Yvon Pierre Director of The National Center of The Haitian Apostolate
Lorna Desroses, Director of the Black Ministry of the Archdiocese of Boston
Father Reginald Jean Mary, Spiritual Leader of the Mission Notre Dame d’Haiti in Miami
Monsignor Jean Pierre, Coordinator of The Haitian Ministry of The Archdiocese of Miami
Father Yves Geffrard, Coordinator of the Haitian ministry in the diocese of West Palm Beach
Father Mike Petit Homme, Coordinator of The Haitian Ministry of the archdiocese of Washington
Monsignor Beaubrun Ardouin, Coordinator of the Haitian Ministry of the Archdiocese of Newark
From Right to left: Father Delva, Darcel and Bishop Sansaricq
Father Frantz Desruisseau, Coordinator of The Haitian Ministry of the diocese of Bridgeport
Father Jean Moise Delva, Director of The Haitian Ministry of the Diocese of Brooklyn
Darcel B. Whitten-Wilamowki, Coordinator of the Haitian Ministry of the diocese of Rockville Centre
Father Pierre-Michel Alabre, Coordinator of the Haitian Ministry of the diocese of Trenton
Father Joseph Eveillard, Coordinator of The Haitian Ministry of the Archdiocese of Ottawa
Father Fritz Ligondé -Coordinator of The Haitian Ministry of The Diocese of Venice
Father Yves Touzin Coordinator of the Haitian Ministry of the Archdiocese of Montreal
Father Gaetan Boursiquot, Coordinator of the Haitian Ministry of the diocese of Orlando
Philomène Péan –Pastorale Associate and Co Founder Of The Haitian Community of the Immaculate Conception Parish in Everett -Boston
Father Alfred Lauricien, Coordinator of Haitian Ministry of Phildelphia

Welcome The National Center of The Haitian Apostolate

11The National Center of the Haitian Apostolate (NCHA) was founded in the later part of the seventies by the Haitian Priests ministering in the USA.  In October 1988, it was officially affiliated to the Office of the Pastoral Care of Migrants and Refugees of the Pastoral Care of Migrants and Refugees of the US Catholic Bishops’ Conference and incorporated in Albany, NY as a not-for-profit organization.  Its mission is to serve the spiritual needs of a growing Haitian American Catholic community and ensure their smooth and gradual integration into the American Church.  There is an estimated 1,500,000 Haitians in the US, mostly recent immigrants.  Over two third of that number are Catholics, a fact that points Haitians as the largest group of black Catholic immigrants.  As these new Church members settle in many areas of the country, parishes are frequently ill equipped to provide for their spiritual care.

Pere Reginald Jean Mary Le Pere de l’Annee 2014-2015

Rosemond et Chimene Gillis, le Couple de l\'Annee 2014-2015