Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, Catholic University America, 1941. Master of Arts in Education, Catholic University America, 1945. Doctor of Humane Letters (honorary), Marist College, 1980.
Doctor of Humane Letters (honorary), Dominican College, 1988.
Assigned Negro mission, Southern United States, 1947-1949;
assigned preaching missions, Eastern United States, 1949-1959;
founder half-way house for female drug addicts, Village Haven, New York City, 1963;
founder live-in therapeutic community for female addicts, New Hope Manor, Barryville, New York, 1970-1978;
program director, St. Joseph's Rehabilitation Center for Male Alcoholics, Saranac Lake, New York, 1978-1979;
assigned, West Indies missions, Jamaica, 1979-1981;
director, Drug Prevention Programs for Children, Youth, Adults, Graymoor, Garrison, New York, since 1981;
director, Drug Rehabilitation and Prevention, Calcutta, India, 1989-1992;
drug, alcohol counselor, St. Christopher's Inn, Graymoor, New York, since 1992. Member White House Conference on Youth, 1960, White House Conference on Drugs, 1960. Lecturer on drug abuse to various organizations, since 1960.
Member drug task force New York State, 1978-1979. Pastoral minister Woodycrest Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Hospital, New York City, 1994.
Member New England Police Women's Association (honorary, award 1965).