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New Orleans archbishop: time to 'bury' Hurricane Katrina

Catholic World News - August 31, 2010

On the 5th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina’s devastating run through New Orleans, Archbishop Gregory Aymond has urged the city’s resident to commend the storm’s victims to God’s mercy and move on. “On Saturday morning we will bury Katrina,” said the archbishop. “We will have a jazz funeral.”

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