Ordained June 10, 1995, Charles de Gravelles was appointed Archdeacon in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. A long-time prison minister, he is the Associate Chaplain at the Episcopal School of Baton Rouge and serves as deacon at Trinity Church, Baton Rouge. He and his wife, Angela, have three children. Deacon de Gravelles co-edits the New Orleans Poetry Journal Press and plays bass in the rock band Shadrach and the Tongues of Fire.
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