Born John McNulty on January 3, 1891 in Brooklyn, New York, he was educated in the area and then went to St. Francis Xavier College, New York City. Before he finished the course of study he entered the Passionists. He went to the Passionist Preparatory College, Dunkirk, New York and after one year entered the Passionist novitiate, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania where he professed his vows on September 11, 1910. His religious name was Casmir. He was ordained on May 16, 1918. After a year of sacred eloquence he took up his ministry as a preacher of parish missions which he worked at for about twelve years. For the last ten years he could not pursue that ministry due to failing health. He had a strong devotion to the Miraculous Medal and would never tire of preaching that devotion in various churches. He had been ill for about a year and one-half when he died.
January 3, 1891
September 11, 1910
May 16, 1918
July 3, 1941
Casmir of the Sacred Heart McNulty