Monsignor Willy Romelus, the bishop of J�r�mie in southwest Haiti, and Father Jomanas Eustache, a lawyer as well as a priest, came to San Francisco on a mission.

It was not a mission of the religious sort — though the law school they operate in J�r�mie is, like most Haitian establishments, affiliated with the Catholic church.

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