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Dominican Laity
Different Lives Living in the Same World
St. Dominic Chapter of the Dominican Laity
A Beacon of Hope Lights the Road to Recovery in New Orleans
A recovery project in Lake View with a Lay Domincan connection
Dominican Sisters of St. Mary's, New Orleans
Telling the Story
Spirituality Center keeps its focus on recovery and hope
A Wave of Success
St. Mary’s Dominican High School
Everybody Has a Story
Students talk about their experience
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Eucharistic Missionaries of St. Dominic
Eucharist in a Hungry City
A hospice chaplain is a spiritual companion to people who are facing their own death in a city that is trying to come back from the brink of death itself.
Where Are They Now?
The continuing journey
Home is Where the Heart Is
Dominican Associates
Dominican Friars of St. Martin Province
C’est Si Bon:
Dominican Friars Fully Engaged in Post-Katrina Recovery
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The Family Responds
The Dominican Family Responds
Dominicans Around the Country Lend Their Help
Adrian Dominican Sisters Assist Where Needed
Knocking on Doors in East New Orleans
Water Memories
A reflection on the experience by one who could not return

View a new documentary film on the survivors of Hurricane Katrina
by Armando Ibanez, OP

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4-minute trailer.

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