Meet a Basilian
These profiles offer a glimpse into the formation journey and day-to-day lives of some of our priests. While their stories of how they came to know and become a Basilian vary, the joy they experience in their ministry and community life is common among our confrères. We hope through these profiles, you will find inspiration to discern your own vocation and see if the Basilian Way of Life is for you.
Meet Father Andrew Leung, CSB
As a Basilian, there are many opportunities to pursue studies and work in a variety of roles within the parishes and schools and I am always a part of the community.Read More
Meet Father Kevin Storey, CSB
Basilian priests always made the Gospel accessible when I was a student and now we as a Congregation have to imagine how to best preach about Jesus in todays’s world.Read More
Meet Father Paul English, CSB
I’m so honoured to be associated with this group of men. Knowing them personally, their achievements, and common history make me feel both proud and humbled to be a Basilian.Read More
Meet Father John Huber, CSB
I'm able to keep in touch with graduates as they establish their families; its great to look back and see how happy and successful they are, and we Basilians have played a role in them becoming these people.Read More
Meet Father Alvin Sinasac, CSB
As a Congregation, we’re fairly flexible in our work, spirituality, and charism. We’re not just educators, we’re also pastoral,” he said. “This flexibility makes it easier to move from one place to another or from one level of society to another.Read More
Meet Father Patrick Fulton, CSB
By teaching theology, I fell I am educating my students in the most important subject, their eternal salvation. Students let you into their lives and that's an honour and privilege.Read More
Meet Father José Del Toro, CSB
God led me on a path to serve through the ministry I am able to do with the Basilians. I am grateful for the opportunities and the brotherhood I have found with others sharing my sometimes lonely journey.Read More
Meet Father Mario D’Souza, CSB
The ultimate goal of Catholic teaching is freedom: instilling internal and spiritual freedom in the student. Unless a teacher has this sense of freedom in their own life, they can’t communicate the value of this to their students.Read More
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