St. Dominic Parish Clergy Contact
Very Rev. John G. Restrepo, O.P., V.F.
Pastor & Dean
Rev. Wm. Scott Daniels, O.P.
504.482.4156 ext. 203
Rev. Dominic Joseph Colangelo, O.P.
Rev. Mr. John S. Pippenger
Rev. Mr. Jody J. Fortunato
Dominicans in Residence
Very Rev. Philip Neri Powell, O.P., Prior
Rev. Richard Archer, O.P.
Very Rev. David Caron, O.P., Vicar of Evangelization
Very Rev. Thomas Condon, O.P., Provincial
Rev. David Keong Seid, O.P.
Rev. Marcelo Solorzano, O.P.
Br. Roger Shondel, O.P.
St. Dominic Parish Staff
Mr. John Smestad, M.R.E.
Religious Education Coordinator/PSR
Mrs. Marlene Hug
Mr. Joseph Monistere
Mr. Troy Cavalier
St. Dominic Parish School Staff
Dr. Ashley Lynn Seatter
Sr. Marie Jo Lazzeri, S.S.N.D.
Mrs. Mary Arnemann
Mrs. Annette Wherritt
Special Events Coordinators
St. Dominic Parish extends from Robert E. Lee Blvd. on the north to Florida Blvd. on the south and from West End Blvd on the west to Orleans Avenue on the east. The area generally covers the Lakeview neighborhood near West End in the City of New Orleans, Louisiana.
The current diocesan policy allows Catholics to register in parishes other than their territorial parish if the pastor of the chosen parish is willing to accept the registration. The individual nevertheless retains canonical (legal) membership in the territorial parish.
It is the expression of intention to participate in the life of the parish community. It should indicate a willingness to:
While parents of school age children are expected to take an interest in school related activities, parish registration implies a commitment to the parish community over and beyond the school program. Parents from other territorial parishes need not - indeed, should not - register in a parish simply to participate in the school program.