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Curriculum Vitae

Fr. Bryce Sibley



Rev. Bryce Sibley, STL
716 6th Street
Mamou, La. 70554
Phone: (337)468-3159
brycesibley@gmail.com

Education:

S.T.L., Marriage and the Family, Pontifical Lateran University (John Paul II Institute for Studies on
    Marriage and the Family), 2001
Dissertation: Man and Woman as Imago Dei in the Thought of John Paul II
S.T.B., Theology, Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas in Rome, 1999
B.A., St. Joseph Seminary College, St. Benedict, LA, 1996

Post-Ordination Teaching Experience:

Professor, 2007
Notre Dame Seminary, New Orleans, LA
Course: Introduction to Moral Theology I
Professor, 2006-present
Aquinas Institute for Theology and Catholic Studies
Courses: Introduction to Catholic Moral Theology (Fall 2006), Introduction to John Paul IIís Theology
    of the Body (Fall 2008), Masterís Level Ecclesiology (Spring 2009)
Assistant Debate Coach, 2004-present
Teurlings Catholic High School, Lafayette, LA
Teacher, 2001-2003
Sacred Heart Catholic High School, Ville Platte, LA
Courses: Introduction to Philosophy, Moral Theology
Other: Coached Debate Team, 2002-2003

Publications:

Sibley, Bryce (2009) The Mass is Serious Business. Homiletic and Pastoral Review, April 2009
Sibley, Bryce (2006) Fount of Love: Eucharistic Reflections. New Hope Publications
Sibley, Bryce (2006) The Richard Rohr Phenomenon. New Oxford Review, March 2006, 21-28.
Sibley, Bryce (2003) Bushís Prudential Decision. Crisis, Issue 14, vol. 21, 5, 60-61.
Sibley, Bryce (2001) Helping Men to Really Leave Father and Mother. Canticle, Issue 14, 22-23.
Sibley, Bryce (2000) The Temple of the Human Spirit. Adoremus Bulletin, vol. 6, 1.

Skills and Qualifications:

Able to read Italian, French, and Spanish

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