Master of Arts, Boston College, 1943. Master of Arts in Math, Harvard, 1947. Licentiate of Sacred Theology, Weston College, 1951.
Doctor of Laws, Clark University, 1967, U. Massachusetts, 1967. Doctor of Science, Lowell Institute Technology, 1967, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 1969. Doctor of Letters, Suffolk U., 1969.
Doctor of Humane Letters, Stonehill College, 1970.
- Ordained priest Roman Catholic Church, 1950. Instructor mathematics College Holy Cross, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1943-1945, director admissions, 1953-1955, department chairman mathematics, 1955-1960, president, 1960-1970, Cranwell School, Lenox, Massachusetts, 1972-1976, Regis High School, New York City, 1976-1980, assistant to president, since 1980.
Born February 9, 1918