PHOTO: Haiti - Ordination Desinord Jean, nouvel Eveque de Hinche

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Desinord Jean, Hinche Cathedral

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Gade photo saa... Haiti - Ordination Monseigneur Desinord Jean, nouvel Eveque du diocese de Hinche jounen Samedi 02 Juillet 2016 la...

Look at this photo... Haiti Ordination of Bishop Desinord Jean, new bishop of the Diocese of Hinche, at the city's cathedral saturday 02 July 2016...

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