Organizations the Pro-Life Committee Supports
- The Haitian Health Foundation
- Sloane-Kettering Memorial Hopsital for Cancer Research
- Massachusetts Citizens for Life
- Fr. Frank Pavone, Priests for Lilfe
- The Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter
- Dana Farber-Jimmy Fund
- Community Autism
- St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital
- We also adopted a child from India
PRO- LIFE BREAKFAST: Tickets for the annual Pro-Life Breakfast, which will be held on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, from 8:30 – 10:00, will be on sale after all Masses on August 27 and 28 and the following weekend, September 3 and 4. Tickets will also be vailable from members of the Pro-Life Ministry and at the rectory. MENU: eggs, ham, sausage, beans, juice, coffee, rolls and homemade pastries. Adults – $6.00; children 12 and under – $2.50
ANNUAL PRO-LIFE CHILDREN’S SHOWER: will again be for the henefit of THE HAITIAN HEALTH FOUNDATION. It will be held on SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, from 1:00 to 4:00. Please come and bring the entire family. We will have games and refreshment, and the drawing of the Chinese Auction.
MONETARY GIFTS would be greatly appreciated and are much nceded. You may place gifts of money in an envelope, indicating it is for THE HAITIAN HEALTH FOUNDATION, and if you give a check, please make it payable to “THE HAITIAN HEALTH F OUNDATION”, and place it in the collection basket.
POWDERED MILK, CANNED TUNA IN OIL, CREAMY PEANUT BUTTER AND BARS OF SOAP ARE ESPECIALLY NEEDED AS WELL AS CANNED GOODS, SCHOOL SUPPLIES, ETC. Please click here for a list of needed items.
CHINESE AUCTION TICKETS will be available after all Masses on the weekend of AUGUST 27 and 28, SEPTEMBER 3 AND 4, AND SEPTEMBER 10 AND 11, as well as at the breakfast on September 10 and at the children’s shower on September 11. The drawings will take place at the Shower on Sunday, September 11. You do not have to be present to win.
The Haitian Health Foundation is responsible for caring for the needs of the poorest of the poor in Haiti. Many doctors and other medical personnel volunteer time each year to take care of the medical needs of so many. After the earthquake in Haiti, thousand of refugees went to Jeremie, creating an even greater need.
Among the many facilities and programs the Foundation has are the Nutritional Rehabilitation Center, the Maternal Waiting Home, the Feeding Pavilion, Eye Clinic, Schooling, Coat Project, Feed A Child Program, Public Health Outreach, providing care to people in 35 villages, St. Pius Village adjacent to the Clinic, housing the blind, elderly,orphaned and disabled people who are homeless; School of Nursing which graduates 30 or more nurses each year. Happy House Program replacing small shacks of cardboard and straw with cement houses with tin roofs, windows and doors. There have been several hundred built to date. You can have a house built and a plaque will be placed on the house with your name on it, or if you wish, in memory of loved ones. This is a most worthy orgization and your support is deeply appreciated.