One Million Bones

    A Community within Communities: 1,000 Bones By The Rev. Bill Terry, Rector St. Anna’s Episcopal Church Bones, the last remains of life once lived. Bones, the vestiges of existence that carried the frames of men, women, and children and within those frameworks were housed tears, joy, hope, despair,

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After Isaac

Isaac After the Storm (9/1/2012): You’d think we’d settle into a routine at about this time. The fact we might have but for that precious commodity electricity. One of the most memorable and impactful experiences that we have learned from Isaac’s wife Katrina is that during and particularly after the

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Diana Meyers and Issac

Just got off the phone with Diana. They left our house this afternoon and went to New Wine Ministries on Airline where the parish was bringing all the people the evacuated from the back of our subdivision. When they got there they realized it was just a place for everyone

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Isaac: Before the Storm

Many of us were born here. Most of us have been through hurricanes and tropical storms before. Some of us have survived and even thrived since hurricane Katrina hit our shores on August 29, 2005. The Saint’s have won a Super Bowl. The marshlands were flooded with oil. Tourism is

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