Port-au-Prince, Haiti. It’s been a year and four months since the devastating earthquake in Haiti. Ever since then our missionaries in this country have given witness of true self-giving through various projects of help to the people, as well as many signs of missionary fidelity. One of these signs has been the patience in which they have been able to live in precarious conditions for all these months after the damages sustained to their home.
The Major Superior of the Antilles has recently announced that, thanks to the economic help received from the entire Congregation, they have made the decision to buy a house that will promote vocational welcome and will carry-out a process of systematic vocational discernment for youth. In addition, they will rent another house for the Claretian community who staff the Parish of St. Anthony Mary Claret in Nason.
With these signs, the Congregation will assure its missionary presence here which is among the most long-suffering people of this hemisphere.