The earthquake and resulting tsunami that killed some 14,000 last March in Japan has caused another tsumani, this time of solidarity and outreach, says the president of the Pontifical Council Cor Unum.
Cardinal Robert Sarah has just returned from a mission trip to Japan, where he visited the places most affected by the 8.9 magnitude earthquake and resulting tsunami that devastated entire areas of the country and damaged a nuclear power plant.
“Caritas Internationalis has done a great job coordinating all these resources,” he said in the following interview. “This effort has enabled Caritas Japan in recent weeks to provide food, blankets and basic necessities to more than 10,000 people affected.”
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