|Holy Trinity Cathedral prior to January 2010|
|The site of Holy Trinity Cathedral today|
|Members of the Symphony Orchestra|
There are over 200 congregations of Episcopalians in Haiti and 250 church operated nursery, primary and secondary schools, as well as numerous clinics, a hospital and nursing school. The Diocese in Europe supported the rebuilding and re-establishment of one primary school in the poorest part of Port-au-Prince following the earthquake. I will report on this in another article.
Bishop Ogé Beauvoir has also been active in the establishment and development of an interfaith coalition, Haitian Religions for Peace, which brings together the Roman Catholic Church, the Episcopal (Anglican) Church, the Lutheran Church, the Protestant Federation, the Muslim community, and the Voodoo Confederacy, to speak and act together for the reconstruction of this wounded land.
|Monseigneur Dumas of the Roman Catholic Church greets Monseigneur Beauvoir|
|Muslim and Voodoo Representatives from Haitian Religions for Peace with Monseigneur Beauvoir|
|Seminarians of the Diocese|