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January 17th, 2010
03:29 PM ET

First Sunday after the Haitian Earthquake

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  1. Rene

    Even though the devastation in Haiti is horrific, Obama should let countries with universal health care set up hospital units and provide their doctors to render aid to the Haitian people. The American people are very generous in providing donations for Haiti's recovery and our hearts go out to each and every one. However, if we can not provide health care for all of our citizens here at home, seeing all the medical care at taxpayer's expense will not sit well.

    January 18, 2010 at 11:54 am |
  2. Wojciech Moskal

    Like I said before every man and woman dies eventually. Heaven and hell exist, and people have an option too choose where they go, God does not negotiate. I believe that a lot of medical people were humbled recently and realized how little they can do, despite all that technology. Even though the medical science can help many(and it should) in Haiti and ease their pain, in the end the outcome is the same. You show every day stories of survivers, people who were helped by doctors;how simple medications, food and water save life's, and how many more could be saved with proper treatment – all true. But inn all reality thousands have died, and will continue to die globally, but were they end up after they die is up to God not a doctor, lawyer, president, senate, united nations, move star, or any one of little material gods you worship.

    January 20, 2010 at 1:09 pm |
  3. Wojciech Moskal

    I saw a story you showed of a women who was save d by a rescue team who said ( Jesus save me). In the end she will die eventually and he will save her if she believes. But the way I was thought God is that every man and women have a vertical and personal relationship with God(Holy Trinity) whom loves us equally regardless of social status, gender, race, etc. But we those who believe, have to reflect our relationship with God Horizontally to other people. Eucharistia is a perfect example of such relationship. If a sinner repents, goes to mess, and receives Body and blood of Christ , we can actually say that that man or a woman reflects Christ. This is why we Roman Catholics are often called Body of Christ, and suppose to follow and pass on Jesus es teachings on earth. We are brothers and sister in Christ regardless what you look like, were you're from, but only when we act as we were instructed by the Son of God. I can honestly tell you that the only good part in me is Him, Jesus Christ when I receive Him In the most Holy Sacrament – the Eucharist. All good came trough Him, every thing else comes from the corrupted, money greedy, cowardly, hateful, selfish, arrogant, ignorant, destroying your own kids, World You people worship.

    January 20, 2010 at 1:38 pm |