Archbishop Hiltz, who visited this east central African nation of 8.9 million people Feb. 12 to 15, also paid tribute to the Anglican Church of Burundi and, in particular, the diocese of Bujumbura "for helping transform the lives of Burundians," a majority of whom are the world's poorest of the poor."We Canadians have seen die servant church at work in the di- ocese of Bujumbura.. We've seen piles and piles of brick. At the Mothers' Union - which helps the sick, single mothers, elderly and widows - we heard plans to build more facilities and pro- grams," said Archbishop Hiltz in a eucharist at. the yet-unfinished Cathedral of the Holy Trinity.In his sermon at the cathedral, Archbishop Hiltz held up a brick that he said "represents a growing church, a deep passion, a vision for serving God's people, of caring for those in most urgent of needs." He pledged the church's commitment "to pray and to continue working in partnership" with the diocese of Bujumbura. "This brick represents apeople at prayer for the nation. The church is doing its part with the support of partners in the world in rebuilding Burundi after so many years of conflict. It is a partnership that is committed to working together in joy and in struggle, and it is at the heart of PWRDF's work."