100th NYPD Holy Name Society Communion Mass and Breakfast

“The membership of the Holy Name Society has changed over the years and become more diverse, just like the city we serve,” said Police Commissioner James P. O’Neill.

“But your faith, like our department’s mission of public safety, remains the same.”

On Sunday April 22, the NYPD’s Holy Name Society held its 100th annual communion mass and breakfast. The mass was held at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Manhattan and was attended by approximately a thousand police officers. The breakfast was held afterward at the nearby Hilton Hotel where Police Commissioner O’Neill spoke about the organization and its history. The Society, founded in 1914, is the oldest religious organization in the NYPD and represents the Archdiocese of New York.

This year’s awards winners were:

•Man of the Year: Asst. Chief Vincent Coogan
•President’s Award: Sgt. Keith Bryan and Sgt. Joseph Ayala
•St. Michael’s Awards: Sgt. Johnny Moynihan, Denise Enright, Det. Michael Sheahan (retired), Lt. Robert Corbett (of Brotherhood of the Fallen), Mike Mitchell, Maria Luz Jorge, and all Holy Name members of the 42nd Pct.
•Military Appreciation Award: PO Cory Paradine
•Lifetime Appreciation Award: Joe Piscopo
•Excellence in Media Award: Mike Francesa
•Service Award: Larry Kudlow
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