A native of Lancaster, Pa., he joined the Missionary Servants of the Most Holy Trinity in 1996 and graduated from the Washington Theological Union in 1999 with a Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies.
After taking his final vows in September 2000, he began his first assignment as a religious as a drug and alcohol counselor at Hospitality House in Philadelphia. In 2006, he graduated from Temple University Law School and passed the New Jersey Bar Exam in 2007.
In June 2011, he was elected to the General Council, which is the administrative board of his community.
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