New Orleans



January 30, 2012

[Ecumenical News International, New Orleans] Millie Campbell, 76 years old, is one of the people praying for New Orleans, a city still recovering from the 2005 Hurricane Katrina disaster and experiencing a murderous crime wave.

A couple of times per week, Campbell and her companion Betty...

January 22, 2012

A woman takes a photo of the murder wall at St. Anna's Church in New Orleans. Photo/St. Anna's.

[Episcopal News Service] A few weeks into 2012, the Rev. Bill Terry already had at least 20 additions for the “Murder Board” outside St. Anna...

December 18, 2009

Marking the launch of Episcopal Community Services (ECS) of Louisiana's new experiential learning program, a three-week course will run Jan. 9-30 during which seminarians will live in community at the diocese's Urban Ministry Center, where they will develop skills and experience in community...

March 12, 2008

Millions of Christians around the world will mark this Sunday as Palm Sunday, commemorating Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem in the days preceding his trial and execution by crucifixion.

In Episcopal churches across the United States, adults and children will carry home palm leaves...

August 28, 2007

When the House of Bishops meets September 20-25 in New Orleans, members and spouses will have hands-on opportunities to help rebuilding efforts in hurricane-affected areas.

While some will join weekend work projects of "mucking and gutting" damaged structures, others will join in prayer...