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Haiti’s Terrier Rouge celebrates Saint-Pierre and Saint-Paul in a colorful blend of faith and tradition

In Terrier Rouge's Saint-Pierre and Saint-Paul Fèt Chanpèt, the faithful gather for prayers and mystical ceremonies while the streets fill with music, dance, and vendors selling devotional items. Monsignor Quesnel Alphonse encourages all to seek moments of spiritual awakening. From June to August, more than 30 provincial towns become alive with Fét Champét a cultural and spiritual celebration, drawing Haitians from all corners and beyond.

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