The Tragedy in Haiti

An injured man carries his dead daughter after an earthquake in Port-au-Prince January 13, 2010. A major earthquake rocked Haiti, killing possibly thousands of people as it toppled the presidential palace and hillside shanties alike and left the Caribbean nation appealing for international help. Picture by Reuters via Daylife

Some places where you can donate toward relief efforts:

American Red Cross

Jesuit Refugee Service

Catholic Relief Services

UPDATE:

The Anchoress is posting a running roundup of news from Haiti.

Marginal Revolution: Why is Haiti so poor?

Tunku Varadarajan: Why Haiti’s Earthquake is France’s Problem

An on-the-scene account: Earthquake Day in Port au Prince

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One response to “The Tragedy in Haiti

  1. Pingback: “Haiti is the broken bloody body of Christ” » The Anchoress | A First Things Blog

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