The Lousiana ACLU is upset over a memorial to be erected in St. Bernard's parish in remembrance of those who lost their lives to Katrina. The monument will apparently feature the face of Jesus Christ.
The legal issues are going to turn on whether this is a private or government sponsored undertaking, although, in my view, they should not. This ought not to be considered an establishment of religion, no matter how involved the government may be. While it may offend the sensitive, it neither coerces nor meaningfully abridges religious pluralism.
Regrettably, that is not the law, although the Shark has just about finished a law review article explaining why it should be.
H/T: Religion Clause blog.