R.E.M.A.

              Retired Emergency Manís Association

                                


March 21, 2007

To all members,
     Below is a portion of a Vatican press release that I received today with the long awaited news of the elevation of our REMA Chaplain to the office of Monsignor. This is a most deserved achievement in the life of a man who is always there for us, as well as for every New York City Police Officer - regardless of rank or circumstance.
     I know our prayers and well wishes go out to Monsignor Romano who, I hope, will be officiating at Floyd Bennett Field on April 28, 2007 for REMA's Annual Day of Remembrance. Put it on your calendar.
     You can send your own message to him at: ROJORO@aol.com  (Tell him REMA sent you.)





Papal Honors, New Monsignors
 
       Pope Benedict XVI has conferred papal honors on the following priests in recognition of their faithful service and priestly witness on behalf of Godís people in our diocese. They will be formally presented their new honors by Bishop DiMarzio at a prayer service in St. James Cathedral-Basilica, Downtown Brooklyn, on Sunday, May 20, at 7 p.m.

CHAPLAIN OF HIS HOLINESS
Reverend Monsignor Joseph Paul Calise
Reverend Monsignor Alfred Philip LoPinto
Reverend Monsignor John William Maloney
Reverend Monsignor Sean Gerard Ogle
Reverend Monsignor Robert John Romano
Reverend Monsignor Gregory Charles Wielunski
Reverend Monsignor Peter Walter Zendzian


PRELATES OF HONOR
Reverend Monsignor Peter Vincent Kain
Reverend Monsignor Joseph Patrick Nagle
Reverend Monsignor Joseph Andrew Nugent


PROTONOTARY APOSTOLIC
Reverend Monsignor Otto Luis Garcia