ONE Episcopalian buys a brick
Another EPISCOPALIAN finds hope
With the entire Episcopal Church—brothers and sisters in Christ, though separated by thousands of miles—the people of St. Margaret’s are giving to help in the rebuilding of Haiti. In particular we are giving to assist in the rebuilding of the cathedral in Port-au-Prince. Our Presiding Bishop, Katherine Jefferts Schori gives us perspective:
The Episcopal Church as a whole is partnering to help the Diocese of Haiti rebuild the cathedral complex in Port-au-Prince. Before the earthquake, that complex included not only the cathedral with its world famous murals (three have been conserved), but a music school and philharmonic orchestral, a vocational school, a convent, and diocesan offices. Partnerships have helped to provide necessary infrastructure for strategizing and planning the redevelopment work. Read her complete statement.
Bishop Jean Zaché Duracin of the Diocese of Haiti narrates a powerful video about the conditions in Haiti, images of rebuilding, and offers his thoughts and reflections on the second anniversary: WE ARE ONE