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Haiyan (Yolanda, as it is known locally) has left a path of devastation more
than 50 miles wide, with untold numbers of people dead, and countless others
homeless. As the picture shows, the area looks bombed and flood-ravaged
with trees uprooted like match sticks.
response to this devastation, ICMC is working through Bishop Cantillas, Bishop
of Maasin and member of ICMC's governing board to get urgently needed supplies to the neighboring Archdiocese of Palo,
epicenter of the typhoon’s destruction. Bishop Cantillas has already redirected the Maasin Diocesan initial collection
for last week’s 7.3 earthquake, to Palo, its closest devastated diocesan
neighbor, providing timely relief to an area with otherwise blocked access.
works in close partnership with the Philippine Bishops Conference on protection
of children, women and men from falling victim to human trafficking, and your
donation will provide urgently needed assistance to provide emergency protection
and re-integration for typhoon and earthquake-devastated families.
Please join in ICMC's support and solidarity to the Archdiocese of Palo to assist
the people most affected by this devastating storm. And please join Pope Francis in prayer for
all who have
died, as well as those whose lives have been shattered by this typhoon,
that God's unfailing love will shine forth during this time of
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