MOST REV. STANISLAUS LOKUANG
The late Archbishop LoKuang was born in 1911 in Hunan province, China.
Archbishop LoKuang studied Law at the Ponti fical Lateran University in Rome in 1930,
ordained a priest in 1936, and was teaching at the Pontifical Urbaniana University in
1939. He received a PhD in theology in 1941. He was appointed bishop of Tainan in
1961. He served as archbishop of the Taipei Archdiocese in 1966, and was a professor
and rector at "Fu Jen Catholic University" from 1963 to 1993. He opened "Cardinal
Tien hospital" in 1968 and "Cardinal Tien Nursing & Midwife Vocational Senior High
School" in 1971. He succeeded as president of "Fu Jen Catholic University" in 1978.
His academic achievements were remarkable, especially in the areas of law and
philosophy. He was a prolific writer in history, literature, philosophy, and religious
studies, and did not stop writing after his retirement. He died of multiple organ failure at
the age of 93 in 2004 at the Veterans General Hospital in Taipei.