Daily Archives: February 2, 2010

A walk through destroyed Sacred Heart Parish seems mighty eerie

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Sacred Heart Parish in the middle of Port-au-Prince is a must-see stop for Catholics visiting Haiti. Built in 1905, the historic church in the Turgeau neighborhood was a favorite for average Catholics and top church officials alike. … Continue reading

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Most-viewed CNS stories for January

Is it February already? Here’s our monthly most-viewed list for January, in case you missed any of these: 1. Pope John Paul practiced self-mortification, postulator confirms (Jan. 26) 2. Papal liturgist endorses ‘reform of the reform’ of the liturgy (Jan. … Continue reading

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US-born soldier of Haitian descent finds his ancestors’ homeland hurting

PETIONVILLE, Haiti — Being in Haiti for the first time in his life, Army Pfc. Cameron Taylor of New York never imagined the country would be hurting as much as it is. Assigned to a security detail with members of … Continue reading

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