Clergy Directory

It is my pleasure to present to you the 2015 Clergy Photo Directory of the Diocese of Brooklyn.

Just as our first diocesan clergy directory issued in 1988, and its re-issue in 2001, you will find our 2015 directory to be an important reference source, providing useful information including a photo and brief biographical information for each priest and permanent deacon in the Diocese of Brooklyn.

Thank you sincerely, to all those who contributed to the development and publication of the 2015 Clergy Photo Directory. This update was a time consuming and detail-oriented project, and I am truly grateful for your efforts.

To all the priests and deacons in the Diocese of Brooklyn, I take this opportunity to once again express my gratitude to you for your tremendous faithfulness, and for your devoted service to the people of God in Brooklyn and Queens.

With an assurance of a remembrance in my prayers and at the celebration of the Eucharist, and asking the Lord to extend His choicest blessings upon all of you, I am

Sincerely in Christ,
Most Reverend Nicholas DiMarzio, Ph.D., D.D.
Bishop of Brooklyn

INSTRUCTIONS:
To view the directory: Mouse over the image below and click to open the book into a new screen.
To page through the directory: Click on the backwards arrow (<) on the left side, or the forwards arrow (>) on the right side.
To search the directory: Click on the magnifying glass on the bottom right of the new screen.
To increase the text size: Click on the – / + line on the bottom left of the new screen.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS:
The 2015 edition of the Clergy Photo Directory was made possible by the efforts of the following individuals:

From DeSales Media Group
Vincent LeVien, Project Manager
Matthew McKeon-Slattery, Editor

From the Office for Clergy Personnel
Deacon Julio Barranche
Teresa Goris

Butch Moran, Photographer

We have made our best efforts to ensure that the 2015 Clergy Photo Directory is current as of August 15, 2015. If you feel that any of your biographical information is incorrect, please inform the Office of Clergy Personnel so that it may be corrected in their records and for the next edition.

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