A Report from Catholic Relief Services

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Special Podcast on Haiti

John Rivera gives an update the agency's relief efforts and its long-term plans for helping to rebuild the country.
Catholic Relief Services has been providing aid to Haiti since 1954 and had 300 workers in the country when the earthquake hit on January 12. John Rivera, the director of communications for CRS, gives an update on the agency's relief efforts, and explains how CRS is working with the U.S. government and faith-based aid agencies to deliver food where it is needed. Donate to CRS here.

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