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St. Paul's College

Washington, D.C.

St. Paul's College, established in 1914, is the house of studies for Paulist seminarians. The Paulist Fathers maintain their formation program at St. Paul's College and seminarians attend the Catholic University of America for their graduate studies in theology. St. Paul's College serves as the home for Paulist priests who serve the local and national Catholic Church through a variety of apostolates including education, evangelization, ecumenism, and mass communications.


Paulist Staff

Superior & Director of FormationFather Charlie O. Donahue, CSP
Director of NovicesFather Richard Colgan, CSP
Seminarians:Matthew Berrios, CSP
 Ryan Casey, CSP
 Michael Cruickshank, CSP
 Evan Cummings, CSP
 Michael Hennessy, CSP
 Steven Petroff, CSP
 Paolo Puccini, CSP
 Stuart Wilson-Smith, CSP
In residence 
Paulist Evangelization MinistriesFather Kenneth G. Boyack, CSP
Paulist Evangelization MinistriesFather Francis P. DeSiano, CSP
ArchivesFather John E. Lynch, CSP
U.S.C.C.B.Father Ronald G. Roberson, CSP
Paulist HistoryFather Paul G. Robichaud, CSP
Father Thomas P. Ryan, CSP
Senior Ministry:Father Thomas Stransky, CSP



Phone:(202) 832-6262
Fax:(202) 269-2507
Address:3015 Fourth St., NE
Washington, DC 20017-1102
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The path to becoming a Paulist goes through St. Paul's College. Are you interested in becoming a Paulist? Find out more on our Vocations Web site.