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NEW ORLEANS - The sanctuary of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, in Lakeview, La., was heavily damaged after storm waters from Hurricane Katrina receded in 2005. Navy Chaplain (Captain) Will Hood, now serving a tour of duty as the command chaplain to the commander, Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa in Djibouti, was the driving force behind the church and its associated school's reconstruction. St. Paul's is now supporting Hood's humanitarian efforts in East Africa. (Courtesy photo)

NEW ORLEANS - The sanctuary of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, in Lakeview, La., was heavily damaged after storm waters from Hurricane Katrina receded in 2005. Navy Chaplain (Captain) Will Hood, now serving a tour of duty as the command chaplain to the commander, Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa in Djibouti, was the driving force behind the church and its associated school's reconstruction. St. Paul's is now supporting Hood's humanitarian efforts in East Africa. (Courtesy photo)

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