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Prayers and Relief Inside the Good News Tent

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Prayers and Relief Inside the Good News Tent

Katrina & Beyond

Prayers and Relief Inside the Good News Tent

Prayers and Relief Inside the Good News Tent

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At the "good news tent" in New Orleans' City Park, a small group of Christians offers aid and prayers for residents recovering from Hurricane Katrina. Noah Adams, NPR hide caption

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A small group of Christians from around the country has set up a tent in New Orleans City Park to offer food, clothing, prayers and sympathy to the city's weary residents and workers.

NPR senior correspondent Noah Adams has a postcard from the "good news tent" where he met volunteers working in tough conditions to spread their faith.