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RELIGION & ETHICS NEWSWEEKLY

New Orleans Easter

  • Aired: 04/14/2006
  • 09:57
  • Rating: NR
As we look for signs of resurrection in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, many residents along the Gulf Coast still feel neglected by local, state, and national politicians. Often, it's the faith-based institutions that are providing the majority of physical and social support. Two New Orleans pastors, Lance Eden and Jerry Kramer, say they are seeing new meanings in traditional Holy Week themes.
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After Hurricane Katrina, faith-based institutions provided most of the relief and support.
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