The Haiti Project
Haitian Episcopalians: St. Simeon's Children's Choir
Seeing Haiti: Photos from 3 years after the Earthquake
Opening Party on Friday, March 22
7 to 9 pm
The Weeks Center at Seminary of the Southwest
501 West 32nd Street, Austin
Please click on the link below to watch our interview with Bishop Duracin.
Home is where the heart is….
If this is true than my heart belongs to lots of places. I am currently in the Miami airport waiting on my flight to Nashville to see my parents for a few days, spend some time with my Diocese of Alabama friends, and head back to my seminary friends in Austin. I parted ways, tearfully, with Kellaura and she is on her way to Austin.
Haiti Blog Post 16- January 20, 2012
Laundry might seem like a silly thing to write about, but today it has been on my mind. I take my wonderful big washing machine and dryer for granted. But, the ladies here take great pride in cleaning the laundry.
Haiti Blog Post 15- January 19, 2012
Haiti Blog Post 14- January 18, 2012
Today we went to one of Pere Val’s Churches, St. Alban’s, in Crochu. Crochu is located on the top of a mountain and the road to get there is rough and very scary. I was really hesitant to go to Crochu. I went there in October of 2007 and I have not gone back since then because I remembered how scared I was on the drive there. Today was no different. The entire drive I closed my eyes and repeated over and over God keep us safe.
What did you have for breakfast?- Vivian Orndorff
Vivian, great question! The food can sometimes be an issue for me because I am a picky eater. This morning I had a banana (as I do every morning), two slices of cheese and some wonderful juice. Kellaura had the same thing minus the cheese but a hard-boiled egg. Other items we have had for breakfast are oatmeal, pancakes, and scrambled eggs. Carmel is a great cook and is feeding us well!
We miss you!