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Fr. Jerome LeDoux

·         Born in Lake Charles, Louisiana February 26, 1930.

 

·         Elementary education at Sacred Heart School, Lake Charles LA 1936-43

 

·         High school at St. Augustine Seminary, Bay St. Louis MS 1943-47

 

·         Two years’ novitiate (spiritual training) in the SVD seminary at Techny, IL 1947-49

 

·         College, two years at Divine Word Seminary in Epworth IA 1949-51

 

·         College, final two years at St. Augustine Seminary, Bay St. Louis MS 1951-53

 

·         Four years of theology at St. Augustine Seminary 1953-57

 

·         Ordained to the priesthood May 11, 1957 in St. Augustine Seminary chapel

 

·         Studied in Rome 1957-1961: doctoral degree in Canon Law, master's degree in Sacred Theology

 

·         Taught Moral Theology and Canon Law at St. Augustine Major Seminary in Bay St. Louis MS 1961-1967

 

·         Taught theology at Xavier University in New Orleans 1969-1980

 

·         Pastor of St. Martin de Porres Church in Prairie View TX 1981-1984

 

·         Pastor of St. Martin de Porres Church in Prairie View TX 1981-1984

 

·         Pastor of St. Paul the Apostle Church in Baton Rouge LA 1984 -1988

 

·         Pastor of St. Augustine Church in New Orleans LA 1990-2006

 

·         Pastor of Our Mother of Mercy Church in Fort Worth TX June 1, 2006-August 11, 2015

 

·         Since June 5, 1969, writes a weekly column, "Reflections on Life," syndicated in several Catholic weeklies  and carried in the Louisiana Weekly in New Orleans, the Seacoast Echo in Bay St. Louis MS, the  Long Beach Times, the Opelousas Daily World and the New St. Pete Bulletin in California.

 

 

          

Congratulation Fr. LeDoux on 60 years of service to the Priesthood

May 11, 2017

Anniversary Celebration Photos

 

 

Father Ledoux's Reflection Columns

APRIL 10, 2017

APRIL 17, 2017

APRIL 30, 2017

May 8, 2017 

May 15, 2017

 

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