Divine Light in Darkness

In yet another year overpacked with intense changes, deep grief, and ongoing uncertainties, a personal pause to spotlight some bright moments that also occurred in your life seems in order.

As John 1:5 reminds us:

“The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome.”

2021 no doubt records a long, long list of tragedies in the US and Haiti. 2021 also bears witness to countless moments when people have risen above their own challenges — and reached out with remarkable compassion to a hurting world. Healthcare workers have risked their lives to comfort and save the lives of others — maybe your relatives or friends. Essential workers have risked ill health to keep your pantry stocked. Young and old across the nation have given in remarkable ways to feed, clothe and house people in distress. Daily, and quietly, many people have performed acts of kindness that have brought hope, sustenance, momentary relief, and even joy to family and strangers alike.

As the seasons of thanksgiving and holiday giving approach, please consider honoring and memorializing those individuals and organizations in your life — who helped you get through another tough year.

You can support HSC staff, fund patient clinical visits and medical procedures such as pap smears, setting broken arms, and newborn deliveries. See all the ways you can answer prayers by clicking this link: https://crudem.org/you-can-help/give-a-life/

With our deepest appreciation and gratitude for you,

Harold Prévil, M.D.
CEO, Hôpital Sacré Coeur

Sister Ann Crawley, C.S.J.P.
Hôpital Sacré Coeur Outreach

David G. Butler, M.D.
Chairman, Haiti Health Promise of Holy Name
Founded as The CRUDEM Foundation