I started my education in kindergarten at the Pierre Gustav Beauregard Elementary School in New Orleans, Louisiana.

I attended First Grade at a parochial school in St. Louis, Missouri.

I attended Second Grade at a public school in Cherryvale, Kansas.

I attended Third Grade at Holy Family School in Houston, Texas.

I attended Fourth through Eighth Grades in Wolvin Elementary School in Texas City, Texas.

I attended High School at Central High School in Texas City, graduating in 1941 as Valedictorian of my class.

I matriculated at Rice Institute (now Rice University) in Houston, Texas in 1942.  My architectural studies at Rice were interrupted by the Second World War when I was called to active duty in the United States Army Air Corps in the summer of 1943.

I resumed by architectural studies at the University of Houston in 1945, graduating with a Bachelor of Science Degree in 1950.

I did postgraduate studies at the University of Fribourg in Switzerland in 1950-51.

I began my philosophy and theology studies at the Saint Vincent Seminary, Latrobe, Pennsylvania in 1953, graduating with a Master of Divinity Degree in 1959.

In recognition of my leadership in the pro-life movement in State of Florida (Province of Miami)  in the years 1971-76  I was awarded the Degree of Doctor of Laws (honoris causa) by Saint Leo College in 1976.

1 Response to MY EDUCATION

  1. > pro-life movement
    Why do you want to treat all of us as human beings?

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