The Office of the Chancellor, staffed by the Chancellor, works closely with the Bishop and the Vicar General in the governance and pastoral running of the Diocese.
A primary function of the office is to work with matters concerning Canon Law.
The staff is proficient in all areas of canonical legislation and the Chancellor acts as a delegate of the Diocesan Bishop in the granting of all permissions and dispensations in accord with present Canon Law. However, the Chancery does not process ecclesiastical annulments. These are entrusted to the Diocesan Tribunal.
The Chancellor is the Diocesan Notary and is also responsible for sacramental records and the Diocesan Archives. The Diocesan Archives are directly cared for by the Archivist.
If you are a parishioner requesting a dispensation, contact your parish priest.
Rev. Msgr. Steven Aguggia, J.C.L.,V.E.,S.T.L.
Rev. Robert Mucci, J.C.L – Vice Chancellor, firstname.lastname@example.org
Rev. Peter Purpura, J.C.L. – Vice Chancellor, email@example.com
Jasmine Salazar, L.M.S.W., Vice Chancellor and Victim Assistance Coordinator
Laritza Espinal, firstname.lastname@example.org
Janny Ortiz, email@example.com
Kelly Rodriguez, firstname.lastname@example.org
310 Prospect Park West
Brooklyn, NY 11215
Tel: (718) 399-5990
Fax: (718) 399-5934
Marriage Documents – For Clergy Only
- Testimonial Letters of Freedom to Marry
- Certificacion de Testimonio de Libertad
- Prenuptial Investigation
- Investigación Pre-Nupcial
- Petition For Mixed Marriage
- Petition for Consanguinity Dispensation
- Petition 1118
- Dispensation from Canonical Form
Sexual Abuse Policy