Born May 4, 1880 in Hungary, he family arrived in Southside Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania when he was six. He was educated at St. Michael’s Parish school. On September 20, 1898 he professed his vows and was ordained on June 30, 1906 in the Scranton, Pennsylvania cathedral by Bishop Hoban. For five years he was an associate at St. Michael’s Church, Pittsburgh. In October 1911 he was appointed pastor of St. Joseph’s Parish, West Hoboken, New Jersey. He was producer of the Passion Play “Veronica’s Veil.” This was inaugurated in 1915. He then was pastor of St. Michael’s, Pittsburgh from 1932 until 1934 where he produced the play again and enlarged the auditorium. He was vice-rector in Baltimore, Maryland from 1942 until 1945. In 1947 he was assigned to West Springfield, Massachusetts where he remained until his death.
May 4, 1880
September 20, 1898
June 30, 1906
April 6, 1954
Conrad of the Sorrowful Mother Eiben