Born July 22, 1899 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, he attended St.. Joseph’s College. He professed his vows on November 3, 1920 and was ordained on December 19, 1925. Assigned to the China missions he had to return by 1930 due to illness. He was a professor at Holy Cross Seminary, Dunkirk, New York and in 1931 was named superior of newly-reopened St. Mary’s Monastery, Dunkirk. A year later the provincial chapter named him rector. At the next chapter he was named rector of Scranton, Pennsylvania. In the next provincial chapters he was named provincial consultor. He then was at St. Michael’s, Union City in 1959 was elected rector of West Hartford, Connecticut and later West Springfield, Massachusetts. In 1945 he was a military chaplain in the Army. He was assigned to Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri to care for WACS. In 1965 he was assigned to Baltimore, Maryland. He was a member of that community when he died.
July 22, 1899
November 3, 1920
December 19, 1925
August 24, 1981
Caspar of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Conley