Friday, September 2, 2005
It's Really Bad...

I can't get over the horrible conditions in the hurricane-stricken areas of the US. These people are dying from thirst and hunger. There is just too much gone. As I was watching the news I heard stories of people dying and being left behind and it is just horrible down there with all the devestation.

If you can please donate to someone, please do so. Money is the best gift for these people because it can buy almost anything - except their lives and family. Please also say a special Rosary for these people. The Rosary has done great things in the past and we need miracles now as well. Venezuela has responded by sending $1 million dollars in aid. It is one of many countries sending aid. A list has been made and is being updated with new developments on the International Response to Hurricane Katrina.

This weekend is set aside for Katrina blogging. A Blogging for Katrina Victims has been set up by the Truth Laid Bear, which has a list of hundreds of participating blogs. I will be participating in the Blogging for Katrina. I also like the great coverage on Christ-Haunted.

To donate please click on the picture in the top left if you can. May God bless us all.

1 comment(s):

del_button September 2, 2005 at 8:30 PM
Matthew said...

Thanks, Christ-Haunted.

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