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Brother Eugene Birmingham, FMS

50th Anniversay of Being a Marist Brother

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Br. Eugene Birmingham entered the Marist Brothers Novitiate in 1968 and professed his first vows in 1969. After completing a BA in History at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, NY, he began his teaching career at Mount St. Michael Academy in 1971. He also served as a teacher and counselor at Regina Coeli and St. Joseph elementary schools in the Mid Hudson Valley area, (1976-78) at Marist High School in Chicago, (1978-86), Mount St. Michael Academy, (1986-89 and 2001-2008), Central Catholic High School in Lawrence, MA (1989-92 and 1996-2001), St. Agnes High School in NY, NY (1992-96), and Archbishop Molloy High School in Queens, NY (2008-2018). 

He earned an MREfrom Loyola University in in Chicago in 1984, an MS from Manhattan College in 1986, an MA in Applied Psychology from Manhattan College in 1994, a PHD from Manhattan College in 1998, an MS in Literacy Training from Mercy College in 2007 and an MS from Fordham University in 2013

He professed his Final Vows in 1977.