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Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate

Born in Lewiston, Maine Father Marc Boisvert, OMI, is of French-Canadian descent. He graduated from the University of Maine with a B.A. in Philosophy, receiving his Master's degree from Weston School of Theology. He took his first vows in 1978 and final vows in 1983. After ordination on May 26, 1984, he worked in France, and after some time returned home to America to work with parishes on the U.S.'s east coast.
In 1990, Fr. Marc joined the U.S. Navy and was sent to Okinawa, Japan as a chaplain with the U.S. Marine Corps. He was deployed to serve in Desert Shield/Desert Storm, later returning to complete his tour of duty in Okinawa. His next tour of duty took him to Mayport, Florida. Speaking fluent French made Fr. Marc an ideal candidate for a temporary assignment in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba to work with Haitian refugees. This stirred his interest and a deep passion. He returned to California, obtained an honorable discharge with the military as Lieutenant Commander then returned to the Haitian Province of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate.
In 1997, Fr. Marc Boisvert founded, THEO'S WORK, Inc. (TWI) - a non-profit organization to support his humanitarian mission. On January 1, 1998, he arrived in Haiti to face the challenge of alleviating the devastating effects of poverty on children in southern Haiti. Fr. Marc and TWI operate as ESPWA in Haiti, directing their daily operations. Though ESPWA's network reaches out across southern Haiti, the focus is to build a shelter for approximately 215 homeless children in the city of Les Cayes - a new facility is currently under construction. That new village at Castel-Pere will be a model of self-sufficiency and environmental responsibility, providing a nurturing environment for even more children. Fr. Marc's project has grown rapidly and has had a positive impact on the lives of thousands of destitute Haitian children and families.


THEO'S WORK

2303 W. Market Street,
Greensboro, NC. 27403
Phone: 33/272-9376
Email: jhrtheoswork@aol.com
Contact Person: Jack Reynolds.

Under the direction of Joseph J. Randazzo, American Film Studios and its home team are in full support of Father Marc and all who are involved with THEO'S WORK both here at home, and overseas. We have pledged to continue to help guide and protect all the precious young lives of those in need of better health and education with a special heartfelt acknowledgement that indeed, no child shall be left behind not even in, Haiti.

It is with this passion together with Father Marc's continuous dream that we are able give so selflessly to these needy children and collectively in doing so, we help Father Marc's dream become a positive reality.

It is with this passion together with Father Marc's continuous dream that we are able give so selflessly to these needy children and collectively in doing so, we help Father Marc's dream become a positive reality.


ASK (Angels and Saints for Kids)

 


PARTICIPATION:

A portion of all net revenue streams earned by American Film Studios will be donated to the following along with continued favor and service:

World C.C.A.R.R.E
Silesian Foundation Saint John Bosco
Dr. Mike Murdock Ministry
Inspiration Ministry
Dr. John Hagee Ministry
International Feed The Children
St. Jude Children Hospitals
Dr John Parsley Ministry – Children Hope Foundation
Los Angeles Mission
Fred Jordan Mission
Ed Young Ministry - Children Camp

American Film Studios has made preparation to produce documentaries on some of the mentioned children organizations regarding the amazing accomplishments they have achieved over the last several decades.

The constant and phenomenal difference these organizations have made in the lives of millions of children around the world continues on each and every day 24/7… day in and day out…..
We would like to thank any Lender in advance for any participation contributed with our team.