Born November 2, 1895, he professed his vows on November 12, 1911 and was ordained on June 14, 1919. For a short time he was a professor of classics in the Passionist seminary. He was assigned to West Springfield, Massachusetts; Dunkirk, New York; Scranton, Pennsylvania and for the last thirty five years of his life at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He was a great spiritual director and confessor. Everyone loved Fugi. He was quiet and yet had a commanding presence. One statement often meant more than a whole conversation with other people. Fugi loved to go to the track and was an abiding presence in the Pittsburgh community.
November 2, 1895
November 12, 1911
June 14, 1919
May 7, 1991
Fulgentius of the Sacred Hearts Ventura