BMC Joined the 18th Annual Boston Haitian American Unity Parade celebrating Haitian Heritage Month 2018 and the 215th Anniversary of the Haitian Flag Creation - 5.20.118
BMC JOINED THE 18th ANNUAL MOTHER’S DAY WALK FOR PEACE 5.11.14
Walking to Make a Difference:
7 PRINCIPLES OF PEACE – LOVE, UNITY, FAITH, HOPE, COURAGE, JUSTICE, AND FORGIVENESS
We have been participating in the walk with St. Stephens in conjunction of B-Peace for Jorge
What is B-PEACE for Jorge?
After Jorge’s murder, our former bishop, the late Rt. Rev. M. Thomas Shaw, SSJE, convened a group of clergy and lay leaders to help determine how the Diocese of Massachusetts could take meaningful action toward alleviating some of the root causes of violence in our communities. The 2012 Diocesan Convention formalized that group and its charge by unanimously voting to create the Jorge Fuentes Antiviolence Task Force.
Through the task force’s meetings, research and discernment, the diocese launched the B-PEACE for Jorge campaign.
TORNADO RELIEF MISSION TO ALABAMA, May 2011
Over the 2011 Memorial Day Weekend, BMC members Johane Fanfan, Ines Palmarin, Joanne Freeman and Fabienne Eliacin distributed clothes, shoes, food, water, garden seeds and personal care items to people in Sumter County. The town of Geiger is a remote area that had not received aid from any other organizations.