Wednesday, January 13, 2010

A long night



The children and housemothers slept outside last night as the tremors continued. Not much sleeping took place and the kids are dragging this morning. I went by there around 5:00 this morning to check on them.

5 comments:

  1. The Sarabia FamilyJanuary 13, 2010 at 8:03 AM

    My thoughts immediately were for you and your children. I am so glad to hear that everyone is safe and I will pray that your orphanage and village recieves the supplies it needs. My prayers are for all in Haiti. St. Mark's in Norman, Ok.

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  2. I was watching the news and realized ...oh, that's where Father Marc is with his kids. Let us know at Santiago de Compostela in Lake Forest, Ca what we need to do.
    Montoya Family

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  3. Fr. Marc and friends, we are praying for you. May the Lord bless you and keep you and all of yours.

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  4. The tremors must be making everyone a bit jumpy. The worst is yet to come as the death toll rises and resources are strained. I have had calls and emails from concerned friends-- mine and Espwa's. Our hearts and prayers go out to all those who are suffering.

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  5. Father Marc, my name is Eileen Allan and I am Nathalie's sister. I want to let you know that this morning at the school where I work we prayed for you. Some of our kids have family in Haiti and had not heard from them to see if they were safe. We love you all and you are in our prayers.
    Ottawa, Canada

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