Rev. Daniel E. Mackle, M.A., M.Div.

Professor of Liturgy & Theology

Fr. Mackle joined the faculty at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary in 1981. Since then, he has taught in the Religious Studies Division (current Graduate School of Theology), the Permanent Diaconate Division and both the College & Theology Divisions. Fr. Mackle was the founding director of the Archdiocesan Office for Worship. He currently teaches courses on the Sacred Liturgy, RCIA, and Theology.  


M.A. (Liturgical Theology)

The University of Notre Dame (1978)

M.Div. (Moral Theology)

St. Charles Borromeo Seminary (1980)

B.A. (Philosophy & History)          

The University of Notre Dame (1975)

Professional Experience

Pastor, St. Patrick's Parish, Philadelphia (2005- )

Founding Director, Archdiocesan Office of Worship (1989-2005)

Adjunct Faculty, St. Charles Borromeo Seminary (1990- )

Faculty, Department of Permanent Deacon Formation (1986- )

Faculty, Religious Studies Division (1981-2007)