|February 12, 1907
Born in the village of Pustomyty, near Lviv, into a priests family. Received his primary education in Lviv, where he finished four grades at the Ukrainian elementary school.
Studied at the Redemptorist minor seminary in the city of Ashen, Belgium.
Joined the Redemptorist monastery in Belgium as a novice, taking his first monastic vows.
Studied at the departments of Philosophy and Theology in Voplato and Louvain.
Made his perpetual monastic vows.
Ordained to the priesthood by Bishop Vasyl (Ladyka).
Returned to Ukraine.
1932 1934, 1936
Worked as a missionary in Volyn.
1935, 1936 1946
Occupied with pastoral work in Redemptorist monasteries in Ternopil, Stanislav and Lviv.
Worked as a library assistant in Ivan Franko State University in Lviv.
June 18, 1947
Arrested in Lviv. Sentenced to five years of imprisonment by the Special KGB Committee of the USSR (Article 5-33 of the USSR Criminal Code)
Exiled to Arkhangelsk region, near the city of Yertsevo.
Returned to Lviv and worked as a guard and accountants assistant.
Studied by correspondence at the Lviv Medical College . Throughout his studies and until his retirement he worked as a medical assistant in ambulance services.
Secretly ordained as an auxiliary bishop by Bishop Vasyl Velychkovskyi.
Locum Tenens (acting head) of the Halychyna Metropolitanate of the UGCC. Gave his blessing to the establishment of the underground seminary named after Fr. Vasyl Semeniuk, ordained new priests, took care of sisters of the order of St. Vincent, coordinated pastoral activities in the Lviv archeparchy. Was under constant surveillance.
April 30, 1992
September 29, 1997