New Orleans Churches Rebuild, Though Pace Is Painfully Slow

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c. 2007 Religion News Service NEW ORLEANS _ Nearly two years after Hurricane Katrina, members of 132-year-old Rayne United Methodist Church have finally moved back into their storm-damaged sanctuary, even as masons continue substantial repairs to the church’s toppled brick steeple. Meanwhile, in Algiers, contractors are just starting what promises to be at least nine […]

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