New Orleans may be a city “where old-time religion and voodoo converge,” as the NYT’s Michael Brick puts it, but so far the Katrina coverage — heavy on prayers and spiritual healing — has been weighted to the first side of the equation. The Revealer‘s pagan friends — ok, critics — write us to point out that there’s been nearly no mainstream press on the role played in the aftermath by less conventional faiths. Brick’s piece in today’s Times declares that Sunday goes on in New Orleans, but apart from that one reference to voodoo, neglects the religious complexities of the city — Jewish, Muslim, and New Orleans’ uncommonly strong tradition of “other.”