Konrad was born on 16 May 1876 in the village of Strusiv in Ternopil Region. He studied philosophy and theology in Rome, where he defended his dissertation and received his doctorate. He was ordained a priest in 1899. He taught for a time in high schools in Berezhany and Terebovlya. In 1929 he founded Obnova ("Renewal") the first communion of Ukrainian Catholic students, and in 1930 he was asked by Metropolitan Andriy Sheptytsky to teach at the Lviv Theological Academy. He was then appointed parish priest in the village of Stradch.
In an interview, Fr. Mykola Markevych said, "Doctor Konrad, a professor at the Academy, my catechist... O, he was a distinguished person. An ideal man. He was very involved with youth; he had a heart for youth- and for his people. He wanted us to be patriots, good and aware students. That was Father Konrad."
- Biographies of twenty five Greek-Catholic Servants of God at the website of the Vatican
- 'Beatification of the Servants of God on June 27, 2001 Archived November 29, 2014, at the Wayback Machine at the website of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church
- Alan Butler, Paul Burns. Butler's lives of the saints. Continuum International Publishing Group, 2005. p76
- Church of the Martyrs: The New Saints of Ukraine. Lviv, Ukraine: St John's Monastery. 2002. p. 11. ISBN 966-561-345-6.