28 Nov '13, 12pm

Carrier begins delivery of aid to remote Philippine Islands #HMSIllustrious

Carrier begins delivery of aid to remote Philippine Islands Pictured here is HMS Illustrious's chaplain, Father David Conroy, taking mass at a local church. The villagers usually only see a priest about twice a year, so they jumped at the chance when Father David suggested that he hold mass. Some 180 people crowded into the church which was still damaged from Typhoon Haiyan.PO(Phot) Ray Jones

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