Brooklyn Priest Offers Support in Devastated Haiti NPR's Noah Adams speaks to Father Jean-Miguel Auguste, a Catholic priest based in Brooklyn, New York, who traveled to Haiti to offer whatever consolation he can to the survivors of Hurricane Jeanne.
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Brooklyn Priest Offers Support in Devastated Haiti

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Brooklyn Priest Offers Support in Devastated Haiti

Brooklyn Priest Offers Support in Devastated Haiti

Brooklyn Priest Offers Support in Devastated Haiti

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NPR's Noah Adams speaks to Father Jean-Miguel Auguste, a Catholic priest based in Brooklyn, New York, who traveled to Haiti to offer whatever consolation he can to the survivors of Hurricane Jeanne.

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