Typhoon Haiyan 2nd Anniversary: Relief, Rebuild, Remember – Mass, Vigil, & Discussion

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Good morning everyone!

On November 8, 2013, Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) ravaged the central Philippines, the most devastating typhoon to hit the country. Although it has been two years since the tragedy, the communities that have been most impacted by its force are still in need of support. We come together in commemoration and remembrance of those lost and in support of communities still rebuilding.

Please join the Campus Ministry and Asian American Student Union (AASU) of St. Peter’s University, St. Aedan’s Parish,  Anakbayan NJ, and Kapit Bisig Kabataan Network (KBKN) in prayer and reflection on the anniversary of Supertyphoon Haiyan.

Following the mass, led by Father Rocco Danzi, Director of Campus Ministry, and outdoor vigil will be reportback and discussion featuring recent KBKN missioners to disaster-stricken areas of the Philippines . All are welcome and donations will go to Typhoon Lando relief and rehabilitation efforts.

Sunday, November 8, 2015

Mass: 5 PM, St. Aedan’s Parish

800 Bergen Avenue Jersey City, NJ 07306

Vigil: 6 PM (after the Mass), Panepinto Plaza (in front of Mac Mahon Student Center of St. Peter’s University) 47 Glenwood Avenue Jersey City, NJ 07306

Discussion: 6:30 PM (after the Vigil), Mac Mahon Student Center Campus Ministry (first floor) 47 Glenwood Avenue Jersey City, NJ 07306

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Please feel free to share the information with the larger community! If you are unable attend, but still want to support, please feel free to donate to Typhoon Lando relief efforts via the National Alliance of Filipino Concerns by clicking here.

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