Fr. Dan is pastor of St. Margaret Mary and St. Patrick Catholic Churches in Terre Haute.  He graduated with his BA in philosophy from Marian University in Indianapolis; received his Masters of Theology at St. Meinrad, Indiana; and he received a Bachelor degree in Theology from San Anselmo College in Rome.  He was ordained a priest in 2014 and has been serving in Terre Haute since 2016.  His interests are quite varied, ranging from reading books, hunting, playing the mandolin, and video games. 

Currently, Father Dan is the Associate Vocation Director and Formation Staff  for Bishop Simon Brute College Seminary in Indianapolis.   


Biographical information – Updated on 2020

Rev. Adrian Burke, O.S.B. has been a Benedictine monk of Saint Meinrad Archabbey since 1992 and a priest since 1997.  Fr. Adrian brings a passion for Christian spirituality, the exercise of faith in practice, honed while ministering in parishes in the Archdiocese of Indianapolis. In 2009-2012 he was assigned to work in the Archabbey business office and served as institutional treasurer and business manager for two years.  In 2012 he left the business office to begin teaching courses in spirituality in St. Meinrad’s graduate theology program and its certification in spiritual direction program.  He also serves as a spiritual director for seminarians and others.  In addition to these assignments, Fr. Adrian directs retreats each year in the Archabbey Guest House and Retreat Center, and other locations, presents spirituality workshops and formation conferences, and preaches missions and retreats in parishes.  Fr. Adrian’s educational background includes Kelley School of Business (Indiana University/Bloomington – BA), Saint Meinrad School of Theology and Seminary (MA/MDiv), and the pontifical Angelicum in Rome, Italy (STL).  Fr. Adrian enjoys exercise, outdoor activities, and reading on all sorts of topics as well as fiction.