Tornadoes and storms ripped through the South this week, killing hundreds of residents. In this "Faith Matters" segment, host Michel Martin speaks with Rev. Schmitt Moore, the pastor at Bethel Baptist Church in Tuscaloosa, Ala., about the devastation his parish is facing and how faith is involved in the recovery effort.
Steve Inskeep talks about the highlights of Friday's wedding ceremony for Prince William and Kate Middleton, then hears from NPR's David Greene in St. James Park and Philip Reeves in London, who monitored the day's events.
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STEVE INSKEEP: And I'm Steve Inskeep. Good morning. One of the television images from London this morning captured none of the pomp, none of the elaborate backdrop of Westminster Abbey, no horses, no carriage, no kings or queens or expectant crowds. The image simply showed a ring being placed on Kate Middleton's finger.
Archbishop ROWAN WILLIAMS (The Archbishop of Canterbury): I William Philip Arthur Louis...
NPR's Mark Stencel, who is at Cape Canaveral, reports NASA has scrubbed Endeavour's launch for at least 48 hours. On its twitter account NASA said it was working to fix two heaters associated with the shuttle's Auxiliary Power Unit 1.