Along Gulf, spill still defines state of mind

Associated Press: In the small brick church just across the road from the chocolate waters of Bayou Lafourche, the Rev. Joseph Anthony Pereira unbuttons his collar as the last parishioners pull out of the lot. Tonight, nearly a year after the BP oil spill began, he's asked his congregation of shrimpers and oil industry workers to think about lessons learned when survival is in jeopardy. But Pereira doubts that many from the 5 p.m. Mass are ready to take his Lenten message to heart. "You speak about this to them......

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