Bishop Fabre-Jeune’s novitiate took place in Guadalajara, Mexico, where he learned to speak Spanish fluently — one of the five languages he speaks today.
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The history of Black Catholicism in the area predates the creation of the diocese itself, going back to the 18th century, when enslaved people and refugees from Haiti came to the area.
Bishop-elect Fabre was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and has served as a chaplain to Haitian refugees in Guantanamo, Cuba, and as an administrator at the San Felipe de Jesús Mission in Georgia for the past 12 years.
Bishop Guglielmone stipulates in the new policy that the Traditional Latin Mass cannot be celebrated for midnight Mass at Christmas, or during the Triduum or the Easter vigil.
The state currently bans abortion after 20 weeks into pregnancy.
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Police are calling the mass murder of nine people at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church Wednesday night a ‘hate crime.’