Here's what I'm reading:
"The youngest new cardinal chosen by Francis is the 55-year-old Monsignor Chibly Langlois from Haiti." http://www.startribune.com/world/239813821.html
|Mgr Chibly Langlois, just named as Haiti's first cardinal|
Here's a bio I found about him:
I look forward to hearing what the sisters in Haiti have to say about him. We may not be Roman Catholic, but they know what's going on there in the wider church, and he's apparently in Les Cayes, the hometown of a couple of the sisters. Should be interesting. Meanwhile, let's rejoice for this bright spot. May there be more of them.