About Fr. Jean Denis Saint-Félix, S.J.
Fr. Jean Denis Saint-Félix, SJ is a Catholic priest of the Society of Jesus (The Jesuits). He is originally from Haiti. He belongs to the French-Canadian Province. As a scholastic, he studied philosophy at the UCA, El Salvador (1996-2001) and traveled widely all over Central America. After completing his doctoral studies in Paris, he taught political philosophy, anthropology and theology for several years at Notre-Dame University, Port-au-Prince, Haiti where he also worked as Vice-Dean. He currently works for the Jesuit Conference of Canada and the United States as the Secretary for the office of Justice and Ecology.
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