Nov.3, 1915 Born to Stefan and Maria Tytyn in Petrykivci Stari, Buchach region, Ukraine, the youngest among two brothers and two sisters.
1928 Entered the Gymnasium of the Basilian Fathers in Buchach where hir religious vocation was affirmed.
1932 Completed the Gymnasium of the Basilian Fathers in Buchach and entered the novitiate of the Order of St. Basil in Krechiv, Ukrain.
1934-1942 studied at Lavriv, Dobromyl, Krystynopil, Ukraine, Omolouce, Czech Republic and Vienna, Austria.
August 8, 1937 Pronounced solemn wows of poverty, chastity, and obedience.
November 24, 1940 Ordained to the Holy Priesthood by the Most Reverend Paul Goydich, OSBM, Martyr, in Omolouce, Czech Republic.
1941 Did pastoral work in Vienna, Austria. Completed Doctoral Dissertation on the Holy Spirit in the Liturgy.
1946 Completed pastoral work in Belgium and came to the United States. Served as Superior and Master of Novices in Dawson, PA.
1951 Served as Provincial Superior of the Basilian Province in America.
1953 Served as Pastor of St. George Ukrainian Catholic Church in New York, NY.
1958 Appointed as Novice Master in Glen Cove, Long Island, NY.
1960 Superior of St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Church in Chicago, IL.
1961 Pastor of St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Church in Chicago, IL.
1962-1981 Pastor and Superior of Immaculate Conception Ukrainian Catholic Church in Hamtramck, MI.
1963 Delegate to General Chapter of Basilian Fathers in Rome.
1962-1980 Member of Provincial Council of Basilian Fathers in Rome.
March, 1981 Concecrated Bishop in Rome by Patriarch Joseph Slipyj, Martyr.
Apr. 2, 1981 Solemnly installed the second bishop of the St. Nicholas Eparchy at St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral Church in Chicago, IL.
1981-1993 Eparch of St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy in Chicago, IL.
Sept. 28, 1993 Retired and was replaced by Most Reverend Michael Wiwchar, CSsR, the third bishop of St. Nicholas Eparchy.
1997 Became a Chapellan of the Senior Citizen Club at St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral in Chicago, IL.