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Pastors: 'Faith Matters' for Hometown of 'Jena Six'

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Pastors: 'Faith Matters' for Hometown of 'Jena Six'

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Pastors: 'Faith Matters' for Hometown of 'Jena Six'

Pastors: 'Faith Matters' for Hometown of 'Jena Six'

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The town of Jena, La., is making national headlines, and not in a good way. Racially fueled events between black and white high school students have divided the town. In this week's Faith Matters, the Rev. Brian Moran, of the Antioch Baptist Church, and the Rev. Eddie Thompson, of the Sanctuary Family Worship Center, describe the potential role of faith in healing Jena's wounds.