Philosophy, Gregorian University, Rome, 1939. Licentiate of Sacred Theology, Ottawa University of Canberra, 1943. Master of Arts, Catholic University America, 1947.
Instructor Latin, logic, history and religion, St. Henry's College, Belleville, Illinois, 1943-1948;
instructor, registrar, principal high school department, College of Our Lady of the Ozarks, Carthage, Missouri, 1948-1952;
founding director, King's House of Retreats, Buffalo, Minnesota, 1952-1953;
mission procurator, Roman Catholic Church, St. Paul, 1955-1956, 59-62;
principal, Alemany High School for Boys, Oblate Western Province, San Fernando, California, 1956-1959;
permanent secretary, Conference Major Superiors of Men, Washington, 1963-1969;
executive director, secretary, Foundation for Community Creativity, Washington, 1970-1971;
founder, director, then director development, Radio Information Svc. for Blind and Handicapped, Belleville, 1972-1984;
president, then local director, Friends of Eye Research, Boston, 1983-1987;
executive vice president, Citizens for Eye Research, Belleville, since 1987. President Oblate Ednl. Association, St. Paul, 1961-1962.
Science advisory board National Academy.Child Development, 1984-1986. Member committee Eye Experience St. Louis, 1984. Advisory board Welfare of the Blind, Inc., since 1984.
Advisory county services for print-handicapped National Public Radio, 1976-1977. Active International Christian Leadership, 1968-1972. Board directors LOGOS Translators.
Board directors Technoserve, 1968-1972, International Book Service, 1969-1972. Volunteer Illinois Literacy Project, 1989-1990. Founding charter member, board directors Washington Workshops Foundation.
Member Vision Awards Dinner Committee, since 1998. Member Madison County Association Blind, Missouri Council Blind, American Council of Blind (educational radio committee 1974-1976), American Foundation for Blind (radio talking book committee 1973-1976), Institute for Study of Economic Systems (board directors 1971-1972), Educational Communications Association, Council for Department of Peace, Wycliffe Bible Translators Association, Volunteers for International Technology Assistance, Illinois Radio Information Service, Society International Development, United Nations Association, Rotary International (Paul Harris fellow), Belleville Economic Progress, Eagles, Knights of Columbus, Press Club St. Louis, American Association Retired Persons.