Born in Medford, Massachusetts on June 24, 1908, he entered the Passionists and took his vows on August 15, 1927. After studies in Rome he was ordained on June 15, 1933 by Archbishop Curley in Baltimore, Maryland. He was professor of philosophy at the Passionist Major Seminary. In 1939 he was assigned to St. Michael’s, Union City, New Jersey where he was Superintendent of St. Michael’s High School and Director of Athletics. He was an executive board member of the Alexander Hamilton Boy Scout Council of North Hudson and Hoboken. He was a Navy Chaplain in 1943 and served in that capacity until the end of World War II. In 1947 he was elected rector of St. Joseph’s Monastery, Baltimore, Maryland. In 1950 he was stricken with an illness that left him incapacitated.
June 24, 1908
August 15, 1927
June 15, 1933
March 22, 1961
Alexis of the Precious Blood Scott