St. Patrick Catholic Church
Parish Priest Biographies

Reverend Monsignor Salvatore A. Criscuolo
Ordained in 1978, Monsignor Criscuolo has served as associate pastor of Our Lady Queen of Peace, of Assumption Parish, and of Our Lady of Sorrows, Takoma Park. He became police and fire chaplain in 1986 and has continued in that role since then. He was named a prelate of honor by Pope John Paul II, with the title of monsignor, in 2000. In 2001, he began residing at St. Patrick's, and in 2004 was named pastor by Theodore Cardinal McCarrick. (To read Monsignor Criscuolo's installation homily, visit

Reverend Frederick MacIntyre
Father MacIntyre grew up in Massachusetts and was ordained a priest for the Archdiocese of Washington in 1992. He served at several parishes, including St. Michael's in Silver Spring, Maryland (1992-1995), St. Mary's in Newport, Maryland (1995-2005), and Sacred Heart in LaPlata, Maryland (2005-2010). He has resided at St. Patrick's since 2010.

Reverend Roderick McKee
Ordained June 19, 1966 in Newry, Northern Ireland as a priest for the Archdiocese of Washington, DC, Father McKee served as associate pastor in a number of parishes before being appointed as Retreat Director for Young Adults at the CYO Retreat Center and then as Director of the CYO Retreat Center for Youth and Young Adult ECHO Retreats. Later Father McKee served as Pastor of four parishes throughout the Washington, DC area and his last assignment was Pastor at St. Thomas the Apostle, Woodley Park. He retired on July 1, 2012 and now is in residence at St. Patrick’s.

Listing of Previous St. Patrick's Pastors

Listing of Previous Priests Who Have Served St. Patrick's