AB, Immaculata College, 1948. Doctor of Medicine, Medical College Pennsylvania, 955.
Intern, St. Francis Hospital, Pittsburgh, 1955-1956; resident in surgery, St. Agnes Hospital, Philadelphia, 1956-1957; resident in surgery, Hahnemann Medical College Hospital, Philadelphia, 1957-1958; resident in psychiatry, Worcester (Massachusetts) Eastern State Hospital, 1969-1972; surgeon, medical director, Holy Family Hospital, Karachi, Pakistan, 1958-1968; surgeon, Holy Family Hospital, Dacca, Bangladesh, 1965-1966; staff member, unit chief, Worcester Eastern State Hospital, 1972-1973; founder, House of Affirmation International Therapeutic Center for Clergy and Religions, Whitinsville, Massachusetts, 1973-1987. Visiting professor Institute of Formative Spirituality, Duquesne U., Pittsburgh, 1980-1987.
Board of directors St. Luke Institute, 1979-1981. Fellow American Psychiatric Association (life). Member New Jersey Psychiatric Society, National Guild Catholic Psychiatrists (president 1975-1980, vice president 1987-1990, board directors 1975-1991).