- B.A., St. Peter's College, New Jersey
- M.A., St. John's University, New York City
- Ph.D., University of Ottawa, Canada
- State University of Iowa School of Religion
- University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, George Lieb Harrison Postdoctoral Fellow in Ecumenism and Biblical Theology.
- Daemon College, Buffalo, New York, Chair of Religious Studies
- University of Windsor, Ontario, Instructor in World Religions
- University of Dayton, Graduate and Undergraduate Instructor in Religious Studies
- University of Montreal, Graduate course on Doctoral Dissertation
- St. Edmund's Seminary, St. Michael's College, Burlington, Vermont., Instructor in Old Testament and World Religions
- Loyola College, Montreal, P. Quebec, Instructor in Theology
- Fordham University, New York City, Instructor in Theology
- Pastoral duties include four pastorates and Religious Education in churches in Western New York, Central New York, and Northeastern Pennsylvania
I agree completely with a congregational member who said recently, "The future of the Church will not be in the halls of academia, cloister, or church board. The future of the Church will be in congregations, ecumenical gatherings, and local communities. It is there that the struggle for the Spirit of the historical Jesus must take place." Therefore, it is imperative that a new biblical spirituality, built upon an updating of our knowledge of the historical Jesus and his relationship to the entire scriptures, take place with the people in the pews today. Hopefully this will grow from new study and meditation into application in the scientific and technological age of the new millennium.