Tag Archives: New Orleans

When the Cash Goes Marching In

By Kelly Sauvage Angel Tonight, I’m doing a bit of laundry and becoming reacquainted with my cats. After all, I rolled back into town just a couple of hours ago, having spent the weekend at The Saints and Sinners Literary … Continue reading

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Army Girl and the Mardi Gras Indians: St. Joseph’s Day, 2006

By Sarah White St. Joseph’s day, March 19, brought to mind this story, which picks up where this one left off… It is Sunday, March 19th, 2006. Yesterday was the Pontilly Vision Retreat, facilitated by Bert Stitt. We woke up … Continue reading

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A Vision for Pontilly: 10 Years Ago Today

By Sarah White I wrote this shortly after my return from New Orleans in March 2006. Over a March weekend in 2006, I was in New Orleans to assist a professional facilitator with a Vision Retreat process for the hurricane-damaged … Continue reading

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A Prayer for New Orleans

I’ve visited New Orleans like a poor person, like a rich person, and after Hurricane Katrina, like a person for whom money had no meaning. The devastation was not equally distributed, but it impacted us all—even people like me with … Continue reading

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