The Journey to Adulthood Urban Adventure participants returned to St. Paul's safe and sound early Wednesday evening. They were exhausted and weary from two days of hard work in the Lower 9th Ward of New Orleans, the section of the city most damaged by Hurricane Katrina. One crew painted the outside of a house, while another hung ceiling fans, tiled a bathtub, crawled underneath the house to install new plumbing and honed many other skills. In between, they prayed together, joined in worship at the only Episcopal Church in that section of the city, All Souls', cooked breakfast, explored Lafayette Cemetery No. 1 in the Garden District, danced to the music of a terrific Zydeco band at Mulate's, slept on cots in the All Souls' Community Center and made the adult sponsors and their priest very, very proud.