Guy A. Sansaricq (born October 6, ) is a retired American prelate of the Roman Catholic Church who served as Auxiliary bishop of the Diocese of Brooklyn.
Born in Jeremie, Haiti, Oct. 6,into a devout Catholic family, Auxiliary Bishop Guy A. Sansaricq decided at age 13 that he wanted to become a priest. Guy Sansaricq.
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Because of the inclement weather he has decided that Spanish Mass, which normally begins at Sebastian Church, Queens St. Back in Haiti, he says, the Protestants are the bigger proselytizers, always preaching against the Catholics.
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Sansaricq was born October 6,in Jeremie, Haiti. of the plight of immigrants, Father Sansaricq studied at the Pontifical Gregorian. Auxiliary Bishop Guy Sansaricq offered a special Mass in the chapel of St.
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Diverse cultures, languages and people are what drew Haitian-born Father Gesson.
Vodou practitioners believe in one great deity, Bondye, who is the equivalent of the Greek god Jupiter. Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn. When the service is over, Haitian and Hispanic worshipers shake hands and send each other away with the worldliest blessing: Biography portal Catholicism portal New York portal.
Jerome Church is preparing for another Mass, and his job is to help empty the building for the next wave of believers. In Sansaricq's estimate, and in that of St. Although he left his hometown Jeremie as a teenager in and spent seven years studying philosophy and theology in Canada before coming to the United States, he retains a firm connection with Haiti.
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Jerome Parish known as the Lower Church, must be fused with the one in English. But when he preaches, his body seems to soar off the floor as his hands rise, dip and spread, finally resting on the head of an imaginary sinner. Jerome's Deacon Magloire Marcel, most Haitians -- regardless of where they live -- are Catholic, although some worship other deities. She says its 33 members meet twice a week because "singing is a big part of Haiti.