Raymond J. de Souza

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Raymond J. de Souza
ChurchRoman Catholic Church
Ordination20 July 2002
by Anthony Giroux Meagher
Personal details
Birth nameRaymond J. de Souza
Born (1971-06-17) 17 June 1971 (age 48)
Sarnia, Canada
Alma mater

Father Raymond J. de Souza is a columnist for the National Post newspaper, the Editor-in-chief of Convivium Magazine, and the parish priest of Sacred Heart of Mary Parish on Wolfe Island, Ontario, Canada. He is the current chaplain at the Newman House[1] Catholic Chaplaincy at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, and is also chaplain of the Queen’s football team the Golden Gaels. He teaches at Queen's in the Department of Economics and the Queen's Faculty of Education.[2][3]


  1. ^ http://www.newmanhouse.ca/about/chaplain
  2. ^ http://fatherdesouza.ca/?page_id=5
  3. ^ "Father Raymond J. de Souza". National Post. Retrieved 27 September 2011.