January 14, 2010

Beyond comprehension



Most of us really can’t begin to imagine what it must be like to lose everything in a natural disaster. The sheer weight of loss and the accompanying despair is overwhelming. Looking through the pics of the devastation wrought in Haiti by yesterday’s earthquake, every good soul must feel kinship with those suffering in grief.

It is truly beyond comprehension.

Father Philip is right, and there is very little to add to what he has said. Let’s pray for the victims. Let’s help them as much as we can and in whatever way we can. Here are some links for organizations providing relief in Haiti:

United States
Episcopal Relief and Development
Anglican Relief and Development
Food for the Poor
Catholic Relief Services
American Jewish World Service
Salvation Army
(thanks: Chris Johnson)

Italy
Caritas Italiana
Medici senza frontiere
Croce Rossa Italiana
See also here.

World
Caritas.org
International Committee of the Red Cross
Médecins Sans Frontières
Save the Children



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1 comment:

  1. Aerial and satellite photos of Port-au-Prince from the air and space-


    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/picturegalleries/worldnews/6987916/Haiti-earthquake-aerial-and-satellite-photos-of-Port-au-Prince-from-the-air-and-space.html

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