Father Peter B. Mangum has been the Chaplain of Loyola College Prep since 2008. He is a product of Catholic education and formation: Christ the King School in Bossier, Jesuit High School class of 1982 (now Loyola) in Shreveport, Holy Trinity Seminary (on the campus of the University of Dallas) and the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome where he received degrees in theology and canon law. Ordained a priest in 1990, Fr. Mangum has served as the Judicial Vicar of the Diocese of Shreveport, a post he has held since 1993, and has served in various parishes before Bishop Friend entrusted to him the parish and school of the Cathedral of St. John Berchmans.
Father Matthew Long is a priest of the Diocese of Shreveport in Louisiana and Associate Chaplain of Loyola College Prep. He was ordained on May 16, 2009. He has been serving as the Vocation Director of the Diocese since July of 2012. He is also the Parochial Administrator of two parishes, St. Joseph and St. Anne, and the Sacramental Minister to the Congregation of the Sisters of Our Lady of Sorrows Prior to his current assignments he was the Parochial Vicar of Jesus the Good Shepherd church for 3 years, the Chaplain of St. Frederick High School for 5 years and the President of St. Frederick High School for a year and a half. He is a graduate of LSU Law School and was admitted to the Bar in 2000. He practiced employment, property, and insurance defense law in the Shreveport area for 4 years prior to entering seminary at St. Meinrad School of Theology in southern Indiana.