In May 18, 1978 Bishop Rodimer meant Msgr. Patrick E. Brown to priesthood. Always been a bright student, MSGR Brown was interested in religious philosophy and theology; hence he received his Masters degree in Theology from Seton Hall University. From childhood he was interested in preaching and has immense faith in Almighty God. Msgr. Patrick E. Brown was always been an inspiration as he encourages the assisted members of the Morris County Chapter of Legatus in caring for their fellow and for that he guide them for corporate worships and individual prayers.
For all those people who are lost in luxury and fame, he always provides sacraments to them. Those who were hungry for any sort of word from God also reach him for any sort of sacrament. He was also known for helping those people who want to ensure their faith incorporates due responsibility by developing correct strategies. MSGR Brown served many institutions and he always recognized as someone who does not stop his duty of serving people both in individuals or groups. During his childhood, while he was still at the learning stage, his concern regarding general welfare of other roots was remarkable and he was determined to do so in taking mind both his individual beliefs and academic principles. Academic teaching plays an important role in achieving his goal and strengthening his mind at the spiritual level.
His tremendous preaching was shown in many parts of NJ. For the first four years he served at Our Lady of the Lake at Sparta, NJ. Further at Christ the King New Vernon he served for another 10 years. After serving in all these places he is currently serving in the St. de Paul Church, Stirling in New Jersey at the pastoral position. One of his many duties was to help all the leaders by guiding them properly in the right path so that they can make fine decisions regarding all the new policies and structures, and avoiding any wrong decision which will not dehumanize people by implementing in a wrong way in any institution.
His emotional support at Morris County jail is also one of the reasons he will always be remembered by all. Along with all his achievements both academically and spiritually, on 2001, June 20 Eminence Edward Cardinal Egan inducted Msgr. Patrick E. Brown into Knights of Malta. Later in that very year, he was again inducted into the Knights of the Holy Sepulcher.