(Catholic New York / Jan. 23, 2013) Three years after a catastrophic earthquake devastated Haiti, life is improving for the Haitian people, said the vice provincial of the Salesians’ Province of Haiti. He added that much remains to be done, and that the Salesians are doing all they can to help, especially through their schools.
Father Ducange Sylvain, S.D.B., spoke with CNY Jan. 17 at the Salesians’ Eastern U.S. provincial headquarters in New Rochelle, where he was visiting last week to attend meetings and to thank the Salesian Missions office there.
“They were the first to come to the aid of the Salesians in Haiti” after the earthquake, he said through an interpreter.
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