Rev. Pang J.S. Tcheou
Father Pang Tcheou is pastor of historic St. Joseph Church on Cabbage Hill. He was the first diocesan priest to celebrate the Mass for our community when Bishop Rhoades expanded his role as Campus Minister at Millersville University to include offering the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite. After being named pastor of Our Lady of Lourdes in New Holland, Fr. Tcheou departed our community, but later returned following his transfer to Mount Joy. We are grateful for his long-time and dedicated service to our community.
Father Brian Olkowski is pastor of Historic St. Mary’s Church in downtown Lancaster. Back in 2008, while still a student at Millersville University, he was among our first altar servers who trained under Father Frank Parrinello, FSSP. As such, he is considered the first vocation to come from our community. In June 2018, he became our first celebrant in-residence since our founding in 2008. In October 2018, he began our first daily Mass each Friday.
Rev. John Szada
Father Szada has served as chaplain at the Carmel of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph, home to the traditional Carmelite sisters in Elysburg, PA since 2013. Fr. Szada is bi-ritual, also offering the Byzantine liturgy.
Fr. Tuscan is a Capuchin Franciscan from the Pittsburgh province of his order. He first celebrated the Traditional Latin Mass when serving as parochial vicar at St. Joseph Parish in York, PA. He later served as pastor of several parishes in West Virginia as described by Regina Magazine in this 2017 article. Today he serves as the itinerant preacher for his order and travels across the U.S. and abroad giving parish retreats, missions, and days of recollection. He conducted the Advent parish mission for our parish in November 2018 where he spread devotion to St. Padre Pio and Blessed Solanus Casey.
Fr. Samuel Miller is a graduate of Warwick High School in Lititz. He earned as Master’s degree at Mount Saint Mary Seminary in Emmitsburg, Maryland and completed his Bachelor’s degree in philosophy at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary in Wynnewood. He was ordained a transitional deacon in 2018 and was ordained to the priesthood in June 2019 by Bishop Gainer.
Fr. Johannes is a native of New York State. He studied at Immaculate Mediatrix Theological Seminary in Italy and was ordained to the priesthood in 2004. He was the rector of a Marian shrine just outside of Rome, and for six years was the formation director for his community in New York. Father has a Licentiate in Sacred Theology from the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross (Rome) and has served in the Diocese of Harrisburg since 2018.
Steve Shope – Instituted Acolyte