"In the wake of disaster and trauma, a city has to decide what is it that binds it together – above all, what are the promises that we make to one another," the Archbishop said.
"Because a truly healthy and just city is a place where people make promises to one another. They promise to be there for one another’s safety and welfare."
Archbishop Rowan then went to the heart of God's promise in Ezekiel: “I will resettle your towns, the ruins will be rebuilt.”
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