The Archdiocese of New Orleans reports that Hurricane Ida caused severe damage to churches and schools
Ida made landfall near the Port of Fulchon on August 29 in a dangerous Category 4 storm that slowly passed through southeastern Louisiana.
The archdiocese newspaper, The Clarion Herald, published a list of diocese-by-diocese losses. Famous buildings, such as St. Louis Cathedral in New Orleans, suffered extensive damage.
According to the Archdiocese, the cathedral’s spires and towers, as well as the roof, lanterns, doors, pillars and stained glass windows were damaged. The parish of the church also suffered broken windows, possible damage to the roof, and damage to the ceiling and walls.
The roof, heating and air-conditioning system, windows and baseball field of St. Charles Catholic High School were damaged. All buildings of St. Joan of Arc School were flooded, and the roof and fence of the church were also damaged. When our Lord ascended to heaven, the diocese wall partially collapsed. The windows were broken, and a carport was torn.
According to reports, Lafitte was also damaged, and St. Anthony’s Church was submerged by 4 feet of water, leaving a layer of marsh and mud inside.
The following is a list of self-reported damages of the archdiocese as of September 13, arranged alphabetically by town or city.
British stone. MARK: rectory: roof damage and damage to interiors, garages, fences, and HVAC; churches: roof damage, horns collapsed, ceiling damage, choir attic flooded, trees falling; Rectory Center lost its roof and has extensive The internal water damage and overhang damage; the telephone pole of the rental house was pulled out, and the porch was damaged
Mary’s hypothesis: severe roof damage, ceiling damage, exterior wall damage, soffit/fascia damage, carpet damage, falling trees on fences, damage to other fences on campus, damage to awnings, damage to overhanging supports
British stone. BONAVENTURE: The roof falls off the PSR building, causing internal water damage; the church roof may be damaged, and the internal water damage of the church; the shingles on the parish roof are missing; the parish hall/office building may have roof damage and internal water damage
Our permanent help lady: roof damage, wire collapse, ceiling damage, sidewalk damage, indoor room flooded
OUR LADY OF PROMPT SUCCOR: damaged shingles on the roofs of churches and parish centers; school: building 1: debris and fence damage; building 3: windows and roof damage, drainage problems; middle school buildings: debris, fence damage, Drainage problems; early education center: debris, damaged fences, drainage problems; walkway: damaged HVAC; gym: damaged HVAC
ARCHBISHOP HANNAN HIGH SCHOOL: Wind-driven rain damage, concession booths, fence and door damage, trailer and storage shed flood damage, campus debris, tree damage, debris
CAMP ABBEY: Repair building: damaged breaker box; some wires and poles fell down; broken breaker boxes in several buildings; trees fell into the pool, damaging the fence and possible pool deck; sewage treatment plant: damaged roof and debris ; Large area damage to No. 4 engine room; administrative building: roof damage and possible breaker damage
British stone. SCHOLASTICA ACADEMY: roof damage, loss of shingles, damage to HVAC, damage to fences, ceilings and floors, damage to external objects, debris
British stone. GERTRUDE: Loss of the church roof, damage to the parish roof and water damage inside the parish; extensive damage to the roof and interior of all other parish buildings; electrical appliances removed from the building; severe damage to the entire campus
British stone. John the Baptist: Church: damaged roof (requires tarp), two broken stained glass windows, the other two windows were blown up, large areas of water stains, debris; Diocese: damaged roof (requires tarp), debris; Garage: the roof is blown off (tarp required); Catholic Center: the roof is damaged (tarp required), the terrace is blown away
British stone. ANTHONY SCHOOL: Annex: damaged roof (tarp required), damaged ceiling; portable kindergarten: damaged sink; PK building: damaged roof (tarp required), soffit/fascia damage, HVAC damage, debris, ceiling damage , Interior wall damage, floor damage, mold; main teaching buildings: roof damage, window damage, HVAC damage, debris, ceiling damage, floor damage
HOLY ROSARY: Damaged church roof (water in the church), parish office and parish chief; flood in the community center
British stone. RITA: Church: extensive roof damage and water leakage, internal damage, drain damage; parish: drain damage, some shingles lost, fallen trees; school: gymnasium roof damage, play area roof and fence damage, The door was blown open, the fence was severely damaged, the speaker was ripped off the building, the metal door was damaged, the air conditioning unit was displaced and blown down, the garage door for fair storage was bent and pulled away from the frame, the tree fell; Office: in the yard The tree fell, the inside of the skylight was damp and moldy, and the stop sign was blown down
British stone. ROSALIE SCHOOL: Hawks' Haven: roof damage, ceiling damage; counselor's office: awning damage; fifth grade building: roof damage, ceiling damage; cafeteria: roof damage, ceiling damage; PTA: roof damage; White House: roof damage; pre -K: Rain damage to the ceiling and insulation materials; resource construction: roof damage
Our permanent help lady: office director: roof tiles fall off, wind-driven water invades and blown windows; church roof tiles continue to fall off, the roof is severely damaged, and heavy rain causes serious flooding; there are roof tiles in the parish hall Pieces fall off and wind-driven water intrusion; every classroom in the school gets water from wind-driven water and major roof damage (tarpaulins required)
British stone. Anthony: The church and the parish hall have four feet of water and a layer of marsh mud; the removal of the mud from the church and the affected Sheetrocking section has been completed; the pastor Luke Nguyen said that Sunday Mass will be in the parish at 9 a.m. The lobby parking lot is held until further notice.
Our Lord’s Ascension: Part of the walls of the parish collapsed, chimneys damaged, ceilings collapsed due to water damage, carports torn, fences collapsed and internal property damaged; churches: four dome windows are broken and water enters inside; in Piovan Hall, Lost shingles, collapsed ceilings and damaged walls; damaged workshop roofs; lost shingles in administrative buildings and internal water damage; schools: damaged roofs, damaged exterior walls, debris, damaged fences, damaged ceilings, damaged interior walls, and damaged floors , Wind driven rain, severe damage to the canopy
British stone. CHARLES CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL: roof damage, HVAC damage, debris, fence damage, ceiling damage, door damage, floor damage, property damage, exterior wall damage, window damage, light pole falling (a light pole dropped in a concession booth Above), scoreboard damage, rainwater intrusion, large area damage to baseball shelter
British stone. Joan of Arc: All school buildings were flooded; church roofs were damaged; fences, covered walkways and outdoor sheds; worries about structural damage to school buildings and possible roof damage
British stone. Anthony's Padua: Leaking church roof and internal water damage; loss of parish shingles; water damage inside the church; water ingress under the door of the community activity (CA) building
Queen Mary of Peace: The church roof leaked, a tree knocked down the school fence, the school cafeteria closet got water, the light pole was damaged, the parish drain was blown away, and debris
Notre Dame College: Damaged items, water leaks in the computer room, missing items in the concession area, damaged HVAC, debris, damaged fences, damaged ceilings and walls
ARCHBISHOP SHAW HIGH SCHOOL: Main building: damaged windows, debris, and damaged items; cafeteria: damaged windows, debris, floor damage, and damaged items; Don Bosco Hall: damaged windows, damaged sidewalk coverings; East Annex: damaged HVAC system ;Batting cage: the locker is damaged
Perfect Concept School: Guardian Angel side: Air-conditioned water on the floor of Room 25; Building 2: Roof damage, ceiling damage, and water in the floor of Room 11 and 12; Building 3: Roof damage; Building 4: (Canteen) The next two floors: roof damage, water on the floor of the window units in rooms 19 and 21; walkway: leaking canopy; gym: water damage to the east wall of the fountain; Father Paruji Hall: room 303, 304, 305, 306, 307 , 308, library, corridor, computer room all have water in; middle school gymnasium: there is water in the ceiling and floor on the east side; Gaudin Complex/court: all roofs are damaged, 116, 113, 114 and 119 have water from ceiling lights; Notre Dame de Paris Courtyard: There is water on the first floor, and the satellite blows away from the roof
British stone. AGNES LE THI THANH: The awning is severely damaged, the tree on the top of the church has fallen down (tarpaulin may be needed), debris, the ceiling is damaged, the trees on the campus have fallen, the church roof has been damaged
British stone. JOACHIM: Diocese: soffit, fascia, siding damage; pavilion: soffit and fascia damage; in addition, damage to the fence and cross station; broken benches; damaged church signs; damaged downspouts in the pavilion; patio The panel is blown off; debris
Visiting the Virgin: damaged vinyl siding in the parish office, missing shingles in the parish, missing fences, water in the windows; schools: water in the classrooms, possible damage to the roof of the gymnasium, signs before property damage, damage to the cafeteria roof; school library : Roof damage, panel/siding damage, debris, ceiling damage, floor damage, content damage; cafeteria: roof, ceiling and content damage, mold; main building: water ingress, window leakage, debris, bent tiles, roof damage , HVAC damage, ceiling damage, damage to items; outdoor toilets: fascia/wall panel damage; Padre Hall II: roof and windows may be damaged, debris
ARCHBISHOP RUMMEL HIGH SCHOOL: roof damage, canopy damage, cafeteria exterior damage, window damage, HVAC damage, debris, fence damage, rainwater intrusion
ST. LAWRENCE THE MARTYR: Lost roof tiles; destroyed fence, pergola, and image of the Virgin Mary; debris; water seepage; damaged ceiling; damaged awning above the rear door
Blessed Virgin (including Saint Terese College): water in the main building; damaged ceiling in Bahan Center; uncertain roof
British stone. ANGELA MERICI: Gym: roof damage, ceiling damage, floor damage, property damage, wind-driven rain (2 inches from the back door); parsonage: roof damage; 824 Melody Drive: roof damage; school accessories: wind-driven rain, floor damage; support 3404 Hermas Avenue: Stand aside; parish office: roof damage, electrical wires collapsed, trees collapsed; church/school: roof damage, debris, ceiling damage, wind driven rain, fence damage
British stone. ANN: School: roof damage, tree collapse, ceiling damage, floor damage, wind-driven rain, debris, external light damage, gutters and speaker boxes: church: roof damage, debris, ceiling, wall, floor and object damage; diocese : Roof damage; parish ministry center: roof damage, missing fascia and soffit, ceiling, wall and floor damage, debris; parish office: fence and floor damage, debris
British stone. BENILDE: School: roof damage, wind-driven rainwater intrusion, tree damage, fence damage, light pole collapse, ceiling damage, content damage; church/parish: backyard fence collapse; new electronic garage door is damaged and unusable
British stone. CATHERINE OF SIENA SCHOOL: The drain on the second floor of the cafeteria is missing; Msgr’s fascia is damaged and the drain is missing. Barrett complex; a few tiles are missing in the high-end building
British stone. CHRISTOPHER THE MARTYR: Diocese: Falling tree damages generator, falling tree damages carport, fence damage, window damage, water ingress, external wall damage; church: roof damage, water ingress; early education center annex building: water ingress, ceiling damage, Water in the room and damaged fences; Early education center: roof water ingress, ceiling and floor damage, and fence damage; main teaching building: roof water, ceiling and floor damage, and fences destroyed; gym: roof water ingress
British stone. Rome Clemente: Parish/church: all roofs have lost shingles (covered by roofing company); drains in the center of the parish are damaged; the fence of the entire property is damaged; wiring in front of the center of the parish; the side of the church and the center of the parish Damaged parish gate, damaged soffit and fascia; 4408 Cleary Ave.: pole dropped on the roof of the house, damaged awning, damaged window screens and soffit/fascia; school: Debris everywhere on campus, Cleary on campus The metal door on the side of the avenue collapsed, the fence and the gate were damaged, many telephone poles collapsed, and the corridor of the main teaching building was flooded; the ceiling of the exhibition hall had water stains, stagnant water and damaged goods
British stone. EDWARD THE CONFESSOR: School administration building: door damaged, ceiling damaged, floor damaged by wind and rain; main school building: roof damaged, door damaged, ceiling damaged, floor damaged by wind and rain; diocese: roof damaged, trees fallen Down
British stone. MARY MAGDALEN: School: damaged doors and windows, rainwater intrusion, tree collapse, damaged school signs, damaged floor, damaged roof, damaged roof of Building B, damaged fence; church/parish: damaged doors and windows, collapsed trees, damaged floor and roof of disciple training center damage
British stone. PHILIP NERI SCHOOL: roof damage, water seepage, window damage, debris, fence damage, ceiling damage, property damage, floor damage
CORPUS CHRISTI-EPIPHANY: Mold on the ceiling of the cafeteria (first floor), evidence of slight damage to the roof, water seepage from the third floor
GOOD SHEPHERD (including ST. STEPHEN CHURCH AND SCHOOL): The roof of the school gymnasium was severely damaged, and the gymnasium floor was flooded; some of the copper sheaths on the church spire were missing
Holy Name of Jesus School: Damaged roof, damaged windows, damaged HVAC, debris, damaged ceilings, damaged walls/floors, accumulated water on all three floors, damaged fences
New Orleans Catholic Cemetery: St. Patrick's 3 metal warehouse collapsed; St. Louis 3's wrought iron sign collapsed; trees in different cemeteries fell