It was a year ago today that a 7.0-magnitude earthquake devastated Haiti, and by all accounts, the country is still struggling to emerge from the rubble. (Puts our “snowpocalypse” into perspective, doesn’t it?)
Here are some faith-related links on the prayers and progress — or lack thereof — so far:
- Haiti earthquake anniversary (Religion & Ethics Newsweekly)
- Believers pour faith, backbone & bucks into Haiti (USA Today)
- Pope names new church leader on quake anniversary (AP)
- Presiding bishop pledges continued support, prayers for Haiti (Episcopal News Service)
- U.S. bishops urge prayer on anniversary of Haiti earthquake (Catholic News Agency)
- Memorial services mark Haiti quake anniversary (Christian Today)
- United Methodists mark first anniversary of Haiti earthquake (Orlando Sentinel)
What do you think? Share your thoughts — and any additional links — in the Comments section below.
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