Monthly Archives: November 2015

Moving to a new home πŸπŸπŸ

When we returned to Jacmel, we were welcomed by a swarm of bees 🐝that had made their home in our kids’ dining room. After a week of wondering what we should do, we finally found out that Daniel, the gardener and worker for the Bishop, was a trained Beekeeper. We asked if he could come and  take care of the swarm of bees.

On Friday, November 27, Daniel came in the morning, ready to do his work. He had learned how to be a beekeeper from a Canadian. He put on his beekeeper suit and started to work. He took down the wall since the beehive was inside it. When he found the honey comb, he placed them into a large white box. For 24 hours, he left the box on the side of our grounds so all the bees would come into the box and leave our area. On Saturday evening, Daniel returned for the bee box. He told us that this box would be put in the Bishop’s garden where he has plenty of beehives that produce honey. We never thought here in Haiti we would have been making  our own honey.

So we thank God that these bees have moved to a new home, and now we can reopen the Mother Angela Kitchen where kids can safely eat and also study. Maybe we should call it the 🐝 room? 🐝🐝🐝






Posted by on November 29, 2015 in Uncategorized


Getting ready to return to JacmelπŸ˜ƒ πŸ‡­πŸ‡Ή

After all our meetings, our doctor visits and surgeries, we are ready to return to Jacmel– home! Alleluia!
We thank our doctors for helping us to see again πŸ‘€ and to stay well that we might return to the mission. 😎

We have been extraordinarily blest by all those who have donated to our mission in many different ways. There are so many people who have shared from their abundance, out of the generosity of their hearts. We are overwhelmed and stand humbly before God with gratitude as they accompany us with God’s poor.

To all of you we say: Thank you! May God bless you and all your loved ones. πŸ™πŸ½





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Posted by on November 17, 2015 in Uncategorized