PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti — Three years after the island nation of Haiti was rocked by a devastating earthquake, efforts to rebuild the local Church have made progress, but there is still much to be done.
“With the earthquake, we have many more problems that are urgent to manage,” said Bishop Launay Saturné of Jacmel, Haiti, in a video posted online by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.
Speaking through a translator, he explained that many buildings were damaged or destroyed, and the country’s economic problems have compounded the situation.
“So now we have to redouble our efforts to reconstruct the country and the Diocese of Jacmel,” he said.
“Progress has been achieved,”...READ MORE