Publish date: Sunday, November 10, 2013
Catholic aid agencies preparing to help Filipinos affected by Typhoon Haiyan, the largest Pacific storm of the year and perhaps the largest storm ever, are seeking donations.
The Catholic Relief Services country representative in the Philippines, Joe Curry, said this typhoon — known in the Philippines as Yolanda — combined with Typhoon Bopha last December and the earthquake in October created a “very trying time … for all the people in the middle of it and being affected by it.”
Caritas Internationalis, the Vatican-based international network of Catholic aid agencies, was accepting donations on its website. Catholic Relief Services, a Caritas network member in the United States, had a “Donate Now” button on its website page that explained its plans. And Filipinos who want to donate can go directly to Caritas Philippines.
Source: CNS Blog