I, along with my twelve brothers and sisters, were reared on an idyllic farm in Ontario where we were taught self-discipline and the art of caring for others. My post-secondary studies were likewise conducted in Canada, culminating with my doctoral research into medieval Latin and and Church history. During summer breaks, I enjoyed working with people with special needs and planting trees in the forests of Northern Canada. I also served as a Latin instructor at St. Philip’s Seminary in Toronto where I taught many future priests.
I was awarded a Ph.D. by the University of Toronto in 2018, after which I joined the faculty at Saint Theresa Catholic School. I am much impressed by the curriculum this school offers and know from personal experience the value of a classical education.