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Helping to grow an educated and healthy population in order to cultivate sound economic development in Grand Boulage and the surrounding region, while we grow in our faith together.

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Seeds of Hope

Save the date !  The Seeds of Hope Gala will be held this year on Friday, November 10, 2017 at The Heritage Hotel. 


 Immersion trip 2016

Youth Immersion Trip 2016 

Our most recent youth trip was a group of 4 young adults and two parent chaperones who visited our sister parish in Grand Boulage, Haiti in August 2016. Our next trip is planned for July 31- August 7, 2018.  click here to learn more about immersion trips.


2012 Feast Day Reflections Video

Click the picture to view a video of reflections from the group that travelled to celebrate the Feast Day with our sisters and brothers in Gran Boulage in September, 2012.



Meet Our New Prayer Partners

During the latest visit to Our Lady of Seven Sorrows we paired nearly 250 new prayer partners. We've now paired over 300 prayer partners. Click the picture to learn more.


Hoof it for Haiti is becoming The Deacon Chuck Dietsch Memorial 5K Run for Haiti 

Save the date!  This year the race will be held on Saturday, April 28, 2018 at 8:30 A.M.

Join us to honor the life and memory of Deacon Chuck, who was instrumental in establishing our Haiti Ministry. 

About Haiti

About Haiti For most of its history, Haiti has been plagued by political violence. Haiti’s infrastructure is in shambles and has never been efficient or effective. For the most part, government has not worked. Lack of clean, potable water is, and has long been, a very serious problem. Unemployment is rampant. Tourism is nearly nonexistent. There are few roads and most of those are unpaved. Shelter for many people is nothing more than a hovel with a dirt floor. Life expectancy for the average Haitian is a mere 53 years. There is little public schooling—only 20% of school age children can attend public schools. Everyone must pay to attend school or not go to school at all. Only 5% of children complete secondary level schooling because families simply cannot afford to keep their children in school. Lack of nutrition is a reality for most Haitian families. Still, the Haitian people are a proud, joyful and hope-filled people. They are determined to bring about the rebirth of their country.


Chair - Christine Granja
Vice Chair - Dave Rohlfing
Secretary - Kate Clarke
Treasurer - Bruce Palmatier


Click here for contact information for this ministry