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Operator Kamera Morlai removes a completed pallet from the floor at the Living Water Community warehouse, Frederick Settlement, Caroni last Tuesday. Photo: Gerard-Paul Wanliss

As the extent of the disaster in Barbuda and other islands becomes clearer after the September 5 passing of Category 5 Hurricane Irma, Apostolic Administrator for St John’s-Basseterre Bishop Robert Llanos called for persons to come forward and share from “their safe places” with those in need.

Bishop Llanos wrote to “all bishops, priests, deacons, religious and lay faithful of the Antilles Episcopal Conference (AEC)” September 12 on the hurricane’s impact on the diocese which includes Antigua and Barbuda, St Kitts and Nevis, Anguilla, British Virgin Islands-Tortola and Virgin Gorda.

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