Hidden in the Rubble Paperback

A Haitian Pilgrimage to Compassion and Resurrection

by Gerard Thomas Straub;

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Hidden in the Rubble

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In January 2010 a devastating earthquake struck the impoverished island of Haiti, killing over 100,000 people and causing unimaginable suffering. But even before the earthquake, as the photos and reflections in this book make clear, Haiti was already a disaster zone. Filmmaker Gerry Straub was there weeks before the earthquake, and he returned soon after, to continue his project: to capture in words and images the reality of Haiti's poorboth their sufferings and their spiritand to find in this reality the face of God.

Straub takes us into Cit Soleil, one of the most wretched slums on earth, where kids play amidst the stench of open sewers, where people eat pies made of clay. After the earthquake, he follows exhausted doctors and aid workers working desperately to relieve the suffering. Hidden in the Rubble opens a window on a scene of desperate crisis, but it is ultimately a powerful and haunting challenge to enter into compassionate solidarity with the poor at our doorstep.

Hidden in the Rubble by Gerard Thomas Straub was published by Orbis Books in October 2010. The ISBN for Hidden in the Rubble is 9781570758973.

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Details for Hidden in the Rubble

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherOrbis Books (October 2010)
Number of Pages160
Thickness15 mm
Height235 mm
Width152 mm
Product Code3209635
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