Appointment of auxiliary bishop of Los Angeles, United States of America
The Holy Father has appointed as auxiliary bishop of Los Angeles, United States of America, Msgr. Marc V. Trudeau, of the clergy of the same archdiocese, currently rector of Saint John’s Seminary in Camarillo, assigning him the titular see of Tinisa di Proconsolare.
Msgr. Marc V. Trudeau
Msgr. Marc V. Trudeau was born on 20 May 1957 in Hollywood, California, in the archdiocese of Los Angeles.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in biological sciences from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles (1981-1985). He carried out his ecclesiastical studies at Saint John’s Seminary in Camarillo (1986-1991).
He was ordained a priest for the archdiocese of Los Angeles on 6 August 1991.
After ordination, he was vicar of the “Saint James the Less Parish” at La Crescenta (1991-1995), administrator of the “Saint Philip the Apostle Parish” in Pasadena (1995-2001), pastor of the “Saint Pius Parish” (2001-2004), personal secretary to the archbishop (2004-2010), pastor of the “Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque Parish” in Lomita (2010-2013), vice-rector of the “Saint John’s Seminary” in Camarillo (2013-2014) and member of the Presbyteral Council (1993-1999). In 2013 he was appointed as vicar forane.
Since 2014 he has served as rector of Saint John’s Seminary in Camarillo.
Aside from English, he knows Spanish.