Friday, January 22, 2010

Amid the ruins, Episcopalians in Haiti respond to the earthquake

This is a video from the Wall Street Journal describing what life is like in Port au Prince, Haiti, after the earthquake on January 12th and the response of the Episcopal Diocese of Haiti, the largest and fasting growing diocese of the Episcopal Church.

The Wall Street Journal writes:

In earthquake-stricken Haiti, an Episcopal bishop is providing relief to as many survivors as he can while they wait for the arrival of official aid. Jean Zache Duracin speaks with WSJ's Charles Forelle on how he's trying to help.

Here is the Episcopal Relief and Development page on Haiti, with links for donation and other ways you can help.

H/T TrinEast.

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