He entered the Legion of Christ in 2004 and studied philosophy in Rome before joining the formation team for the novices in Cheshire, Connecticut. He also did youth work for a year in Michigan, running Conquest clubs and directing the formation of high school boys as part of his internship, before returning to Rome to complete his studies, where he earned a license in theology. He was ordained priest in December 2017.
During his years in Rome as a brother and as a priest, he was assistant to the Chaplain of the European University of Rome, ministering to lay university students in Italy for nearly four years. This provided a wide range of experience in spiritual direction of young people, organizing missions, and creating positive spiritual experiences for Italian college students. He is looking forward very much to beginning his priestly ministry and applying his passion for evangelization and youth work at The Highlands School.
She also earned an MA in Religious Science at the Pontifical University of Regina Apostolorum in Rom, Italy and her MA in Religious Education at the Pontifical University of Sapientia in Budapest, Hungary. She has previously served in youth ministry and adult formation in the US, Germany, Austria and most recently at the Regnum Christi St. John Paul II school in her homeland, Hungary.
In the US (2000 – 2005) she was part of the founding team of the Canyon Heights Academy in San Jose, CA; she leaded many Challenge clubs and summer camps on the West Coast and beyond; she started the organization of the Surf Camps in CA. As she was transferred back to Europe (to Germany in 2005 then to Austria in 2010) she continued the building up of Regnum Christi through the above mentioned activities, but adjusted to the actual culture. For example in Germany instead of Surf camps, she leaded Ski camps. In the past 6 years (2012 / 2018) in Hungary she formed part of the pastoral department and formation team of our Regnum Christi school in Budapest, where her main areas of service were: accompaniment of high school girls and teachers; leading retreats for teachers and staff, for high school students and for parents. She was involved with the Pure Fashion program and had an important role in developing and executing the formation plan for participating girls.
She arrived to Dallas in September, 2018 and in November she was assigned to serve at The Highlands School as the formation instructor of the high school girls.