Oil has stopped spilling from the remains of the Deepwater Horizon rig, which suffered a blowout, burned and collapsed between April 20 and 22.
However, more than 200 million gallons of oil have poured into the Gulf of Mexico, affecting the lives of all its residents, as well as the environment, for years to come.
Odyssey Networks took a film crew to Biloxi, Mississippi to document what is happening to people trying to adjust to yet another catastrophe to hit the Gulf Coast.
This video report, the fourth in a five-part series, profiles Rev. Harold Roberts of the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer in Biloxi. Rev. Roberts has seen his church and parishioners suffer from the hurricanes that hit the Gulf Coast, and now they are dealing with the man-made oil spill. He says that we can pray as hard as we are able, but we have to change society and change our values.
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