Haiti and the wedding at Cana

Since our thoughts in Haiti run more to people than to infrastructure, it’s probably too early to say what’s among the rubble and ruin of Port-au-Prince and what’s left standing. (Though the lists of buildings gone does take your breath away.) Still, here’s a photo turned up during web searching.

It’s of a mural in an Anglican church somewhere in Port-au-Prince that depicts the Gospel lesson being read by most of us today – Jesus’ miracle at a wedding of Cana, turning water into wine.


Credit is given to a G. Frysinger, whose photo is one among many images of Haitian landscapes and buildings hosted at travel-images.com.

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  1. It was in the Cathdral — also see the Art Blog on Episcopal Cafe´for much more Haitian art — beauty among the ruins.

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