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R. Pierre DuMaine Edit Profile

bishop emeritus

R. Pierre DuMaine, bishop emeritus. Board directors Catholic television Network, 1968-1981, president 1975-1977; board directors Public Service Satellite Consortium, 1975-1981. Member National Catholic Education Association, Association Catholic Broadcasters and Allied Communicators, International Institute Communications, Association California School Administrators.

Background

DuMaine, R. Pierre was born on August 2, 1931 in Paducah, Kentucky, United States.

Education

Student, St. Joseph College, Mountain View, California, 1951. Student, St. Patrick Seminary, Menlo Park, California, 1957. Doctor of Philosophy, Catholic University America, 1962.

Career

Ordained priest Archdiocese of San Francisco, 1957. Assistant pastor Immaculate Heart Church, Belmont, California, 1957-1958. Member faculty department education Catholic University American, 1961-1963.

Teacher Serra High School, San Mateo, 1963-1965. Assistant superintendent Catholic schools Archdiocese of San Francisco, 1965-1974, superintendent, 1974-1978, auxiliary bishop, 1978—1981. Ordained bishop, 1978.

Bishop Diocese of San Jose, California, 1981—1999, bishop emeritus, since 1999. Director Archdiocesan Educational television Center, Menlo Park, California, 1968-1981. Member President's National Advisory Council on Education of Disadvantaged Children, 1970-1972.

Membership

Board directors Catholic television Network, 1968-1981, president 1975-1977. Board directors Public Service Satellite Consortium, 1975-1981. Member National Catholic Education Association, Association Catholic Broadcasters and Allied Communicators, International Institute Communications, Association California School Administrators.