Religious orders in Philippines help Haiyan victims

Posted by Siobhan O'Neill Meluso
Monday 18, November 2013 | Category:   Clergy,Consecrated Life
AUGUSTINIAN Father Charlie Orobia blesses bodies
waiting to be buried after a storm surge from Super
Typhoon Haiyan. Photo: NCR

Ten days after the devastating Typhoon Haiyan killed thousands of people, the relief efforts continue to pour in to care for those displaced near Tacloban City, eastern Leyte, and Samar Island. National Catholic Reporter details the stories of endurance and aid provided by religious communities, including the Carmelites of Cebu and Ormoc, a Claretian novitiate compound, and the Religious of the Sacred Heart. Read the full article here.
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