Father Peter Tuyen Nguyen
Father Peter was born in 1961 in Vietnam. He is the third of ten children and came to Canada in 1985. After studying Philosophy at Christ the King Seminary in Mission, B.C., he obtained his Master of Divinity degree at St. Peter’s Seminary in London, Ontario, and his Master of Christian Studies degree at McMaster University in Hamilton.
He was ordained to the priesthood on May 8, 1993, at the Cathedral of Christ the King, Hamilton.
Father Peter served as Associate Pastor in several parishes: At the Basilica of Our Lady Immaculate in Guelph, St. Ann in Hamilton, St. Francis Xavier in Stoney Creek and St. Michael in Waterloo.
He served as Pastor of St. Clement in St. Clements; Canadian Martyrs and as Chaplain at McMaster University; Holy Rosary in Milton; St. Clement in Cambridge. In June 2021, Bishop Douglas Crosby appointed him as Pastor of St. Ann, Ancaster.
You may contact Fr. Peter Tuyen Nguyen via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Father Pierre Edward Luc
Father Edward will be in residence at St. Ann and assisting Father Peter for the coming year. Father Edward was born in Haiti and ordained to the diaconate in 2016 in Toronto, where he was very active in its Haitian community. He was ordained a Jesuit priest on August 5, 2017, in Port-au-Prince.
Father is gifted, being fluent in four languages: Creole, French, Spanish and English and is earning bachelor’s degrees in philosophy and theology. He will soon obtain his master’s degree in theology from Regis College, University of Toronto.
Father Edward has ministered extensively in the Dominican Republic, Mexico and Haiti, teaching and working in Jesuit religious formation. In addition, he was National Director of the Jesuit Migrant Service in Haiti, gave retreats and provided spiritual direction. These missions were carried out with great joy and zeal.
Now living his priesthood in the diocesan clergy, Father feels he can serve the universal Church while carrying the Haitian people and the Church of Haiti in his heart.
You may contact Fr. Edward Luc via email at: email@example.com
Parish Lay Minister
Co-Ordinator of Ministry of Care and Eucharistic Ministry