Hurricane Katrina: 10 years later

To mark the 10 year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina's devestation, we have compiled a survey of our coverage over the last decade, from weeks after the deadly hurricane up to present day. 

10 Years Later: A Discussion with New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu

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PODCAST: Mayor Mitch Landrieu of New Orleans looks back at the devastation wrought by Hurricane Katrina and the city's revival in the 10 years since.

New Orleans Ten Years after Katrina: An Interview with Fred Kammer, S.J.

 

Father Kammer is a Jesuit lawyer who directs the Jesuit Social Research Institute at Loyola University New Orleans. A New Orleans native, he was the Jesuit provincial superior in that city when Hurricane Katrina struck.

In Katrina's Wake

The editors reflected on the immediate aftermath of Katrina, both praising the admirable actions taken by the American people but strongly criticizing the lack of government action to save lives. 

Catholic New Orleans

Before becoming America's editor in chief, Matt Malone, S.J. reported on the Catholic Church's response to the disaster one year after the storm. 

The Grace of Suffering

Sean Salai, S.J. chronicled the service trip of a Jesuit high school to help rebuild New Orleans and the grace that emerged from it. 

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