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Sunday, August 23, 2009

Before and After Katrina

This is Saint Michael Catholic Church in Biloxi-Mississippi four years ago when Katrina hit the US mainland. As you all know, that hurricane hit Louisiana the most especially when the levy of New Orleans broke down and flooded the whole city. In Mississippi, hundreds of home and buildings were totally destroyed and this is just one of them.
At present, the church is still under renovation and everyday, men are working on this historical building to restore the church which was built in 1917.
According to RENEE SKALIJ of Sun Herald, most of the religious statues inside survived and that's really amazing. But the 700-pound statue of Saint Michael was found more than a block away he said. This church is built with 36 columns of stained glass windows.


  1. amazing that all the statues survived. musta ka na?
    daan lang ako sandali dito.

  2. hinumdom ko aning Katrina did2 pa ko's Pinas, akong bana unta apil og ipadala og ipadala sa iyang bossing para pag-renovate sa mga Katrina's victim. Can't foget the sad memory of that.

  3. ohh talagang destroyed ang paligid..thanks for sharing ams the photos para na din akong nagtravel .lol..

  4. i love it here i am updated about things, places and events. great posts as always.


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