I was born and raised in Jacmel, Haiti. I am the youngest of six siblings. After High School I joined the Secular Institute Voluntas Dei for religious life and attended the Major Seminary Notre Dame in Haiti and graduated with a MA in Theology. I was ordained to the priesthood on September 26th, 1998. I spent 4 years in the Dominican Republic where I learned Spanish and worked as Parish priest in different diocese.
I moved to Florida in 2000 and since then I joined the Diocese of to Palm Beach and take upon several assignments. I was assigned as parochial vicar to Sacred Heart in Lake Worth from 2000 to 2003, St Anastasia in Ft Pierce from 2003 to 2008, and, during this period of time I have also served as administrator of Notre Dame Mission and Chaplain of John Carroll High School.
From 2008 to 2010 I was assigned as parochial vicar to Holy Name of Jesus parish in West Palm Beach. And from 2010 to now I served at St Sebastian Catholic Church as a parochial vicar in Sebastian and Administrator of Our Lady of Guadalupe Mission in Fellsmere. With great enthusiasm I have accompanied the people on their spiritual journey while serving on those assignments I did manage my time to attend Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska where I graduated in 2011 with a MA on the discipline of Christian Spirituality. I am blessed with a gift of languages, I speak, Creole, French, Spanish and English. I love music, singing, reading and sports.