Born: Sept. 3, 1959, Pittsburgh
Education: B.A. from Harvard University, 1980. Law degree from Columbia University, 1983; bachelor of sacred theology from Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome, 1989; canon law degree, Pontifical Gregorian University, 1990.
Career: Practiced law in 1983. Ordained as priest in 1989. Priest in Pittsburgh Diocese 1990-1996. Worked at Pontifical Council for Legislative Texts in Rome, 1996-2009. Named bishop of Gaylor, Mich., diocese in 2009, and coadjutor archbishop of Newark in 2013.
Named interim archbishop of St. Paul and Minneapolis in 2015.