Pastor Ray Cannata arrived in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. His church, Redeemer New Orleans, had only 17 members at the time. Now the congregation is up to 200, primarily people in their twenties and thirties. Cannata, who preaches a theology of place, has helped to restore the concept of the neighborhood church, within walking distance for members. A documentary about him, The Man Who Ate New Orleans, follows his effort to eat at every one of the city’s 700 or so independent restaurants (Wall Street Journal, June 5).