Pandemic Poses Extra Challenges in Haiti

By Kirk Petersen Churches throughout the United States have been scrambling to establish online worship services in the face of lockdown orders. It’s fairly easy to do via Facebook or YouTube, and some churc... Read more...

Bishops Protest DR’s Policy

Deportees “are real Dominicans,” Bishop Duracin said. “They have been deported because of the color of their skin.”

Video: Mark Harris

The Rev. Canon Mark Harris talks about possibilities for reconciliation within the church.

Better than What?

Gary G. Yerkey reports on Haiti’s slow recovery from the 2010 earthquake.

Haitian Conflict Escalates

Bishop Ogé Beauvoir serves on 11-member presidential commission that urges prime minister to resign.

Telling Haitian Stories

“The Episcopal Church in Haiti is diverse, strong, working hard for the poor, and most importantly focused on Christ.”

Haiti Decision Due Soon

By Gary G. Yerkey The team charged with overseeing construction of a new Episcopal cathedral in Haiti is expected to decide within the next few weeks on the architectural firm that will design and coordinate the construction of the new facility.