Gail Naron Chalew (JTA)
By Gail Naron Chalew (JTA)
In Post-Katrina New Orleans, a Reform-Orthodox Partnership Blossoms
An act of compassion to help a fellow congregation in need during the chaos following Hurricane Katrina has evolved over the course of four years into an unusual partnership spanning a Jewish religious divide. Born of catastrophe, the unique partnership between the rabbis of two congregations in New Orleans – one Orthodox, one Reform –…
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