Bachelor, Niagara University, 1931. Master of Arts, St. Bonaventure University, 1935. Doctor of Philosophy, University Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 1943.
Doctor of Laws, St. Vincent's College, 1951. Doctor of Letters (honorary), Seaton Hall University, 1954. Doctor of Humane Letters (honorary), LaSalle College, 1956.
Doctor of Humane Letters (honorary), Canisius College, 1986. Doctor in Pedagogy, Niagara University, 1987. Doctor (honorary), Niagara University.
Ordained priest, Roman Catholic Church, 1935;
director, Youth Retreats Diocese of Buffalo, 1939-1948;
diocesan director, Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, Buffalo, 1941-1948;
director youth bureau, Buffalo Police Department, 1942-1948;
national director, Catholic Youth American, Washington, 1948-1961;
also director youth department, National Catholic Welfare Conference, Washington
appointed, Papal Chamberlain, 1950;
appointed, Domestic Prelate, 1953;
appointed, Prothonatary Apostolic, 1968;
pastor, St. Andrew's Church, Buffalo, 1963-1976. Founder, 1st director St. Andrew's Montessori School, 1973. Member Mental Health Board, since 1968.
Dean theology Marymount College, Arlington, Virginia, 1961-1963. Diocesan consultor, since 1969. Regional coordinator Diocese of Buffalo, procurator diocesan properties, since 1977.
Founder National Catholic Youth Week. Chairman Permanent Committee Public Decency, Buffalo, 1941-1948. Diocesan director financial drive Diocese of Buffalo, 1971.
Member White House Conference Children and Youth, 1950. Adviser on Youth Special Mission to Germany United States Air Force, 1952. Special Mission to Tokyo, Japan for United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, 1953.
Adviser on youth United States Secretary Labor, 1951-1960. Adviser on fitness of youth to President Eisenhower, 1955-1960. Chairman task force founding Stella Niagara Ednl.
Parks, Niagara Falls, New York. Member Executive Board Cantalician Center, Buffalo. Member of advisory board American Red Cross, Kenmore Mercy Hospital.
Member house of deals United Way, since 1973, vice chairman, 1975. Board directors Oral School, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 1977. Vice chairman Bicentennial Celebration.
Board trustees Erie County Library Association, since 1979. Board finance Diocese of Buffalo, since 1979. Chairman Buffalo division Christian Brothers Tricentennial World Anniversary, 1981.
Founder, past board directors various Catholic youth associations. Board founders St. Andrew's Country Day School. Chairman Drug Abuse Program, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, since 1981.
Member advisory board Project Korle Bu Accra Ghana, West Africa, 1983. Served as adviser to Catholic chief chaplain United States Air Force, 1953. Chief chaplain Army of the United States, 1954.
Member of University (Washington). Niagara Falls Country. Park Country (Buffalo), Saturn (Buffalo).
Amherst (New York ) Country. Tower (Fort Lauderdale, Florida), Knights of Columbus (4th degree).