The Archbishop of Cap-Haïtien, Bishop Max Leroy Mesidor, joins other priests, nuns and parishioners in a silent march last month in Haiti’s second-largest city to protest more than two dozen attacks against religious communities across the country.
The Archbishop of Cap-Haïtien, Bishop Max Leroy Mesidor, joins other priests, nuns and parishioners in a silent march last month in Haiti’s second-largest city to protest more than two dozen attacks against religious communities across the country. Courtesy of Le Nouvelliste Gérard Maxineau
The Archbishop of Cap-Haïtien, Bishop Max Leroy Mesidor, joins other priests, nuns and parishioners in a silent march last month in Haiti’s second-largest city to protest more than two dozen attacks against religious communities across the country. Courtesy of Le Nouvelliste Gérard Maxineau

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