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Monday, February 8, 2010

Two priests, united in their love of Haiti

Over the weekend, the New York Times profiled two Catholic priests — one a U.S. native in his 60s, the other a thirtysomething Haitian — who have been bound together through the tragic earthquake in Haiti.

Father Robert Robinson and Father Jean-Moise Delva minister to Haitian immigrants at Ss. Joachim and Anne Parish in the New York borough of Queens, and each man says the earthquake has been the biggest test of his priesthood.

“It’s worse than a nightmare, because you wake up and it’s still there,” Father Robinson told the Times.

Click HERE to read their story.


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