Bachelor of Science in Education and Journalism, Loyola University, New Orleans, 1949. Master of Arts in Sociology, Catholic University America, 1961.
Staff writer Catholic Action of South, New Orleans, 1949-1952. Instructor journalism and public relations Loyola University, 1952-1955. Assistant editor North Center Louisiana Register, Alexandria, 1956-1958.
Staff editor The Queen's Work, Catholic Public House, St. Louis, 1960-1963. Staff assistant Foreign Visitors Office, National Catholic Welfare Conference, Washington, 1963-1965. Administrative assistant Latin American division United States Catholic Conference, 1966-1973.
Coordinator Cuba Resource Center, New York City, 1973-1976. Managing editor The Witness magazine, Ambler, Pennsylvania, 1976-1980, editor, 1981-1991. Free lancer, since 1991.
Board directors Montgomery County Center for Peace and Justice, Ambler, 1985-1990. Consultant nationwide women's committee American Friends Service Committee, 1985-1990. Member information committee National Council Churches, 1987-1990.
Member Associated Church Press (honorary life, Best Feature Story award 1985, 89, Best News Story award 1986), Women's Institute for Freedom of Press, Latin American Studies Association.