January 13, 2011

Pope Finally Appoints New Haiti Archbishop

Francis Rocca, Huffington Post


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Pope Benedict XVI marked the first anniversary of the Haiti earthquake on Wednesday (Jan. 12) by naming a new archbishop for the country's capital city.

Archbishop-elect Guire Poulard will lead the Catholic Church in Port-au-Prince, succeeding Archbishop Joseph Serge Miot, who was killed in last year's quake.

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TAGGED: archbishop , the first anniversary of the Haiti earthquake, Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Catholic Church, Joseph Serge Miot, Guire Poulard, Benedict XVI

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