Saint Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle, be our protection against the malice and snares of the Devil.
May God rebuke him we humbly pray; and do Thou, O Prince of the Heavenly Host, by the power of God, thrust into Hell Satan and all evil spirits, who wander through the world for the ruin of souls.
February Meeting - February 28, 2024 at 1630
Our Lady of Guadalupe Church
72-01 15th Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11228
Monahan & Fitzgerald
214-17 41st Avenue
Bayside, NY 11361
We are in the process of bringing the Membership registration online. Until then, please download and fill out the printable version of the membership registration and remit this along with your dues.
Membership Registration (PDF)
Active Dues - $20
Retired Dues - $10
Please remit your dues to:NYPD Holy Name Society
Upon receiving dues, a membership card will be mailed.
To set this up, please log into the ESS (Employee Self Service) website.
Remember: there are 2 Holy Name Societies. Manhattan, Bronx and Staten Island on the site will say NYPD Holy Name Society not the boro's.
Please click the right one. This is for Active members only.
Dear Holy Name Member,
Lent has begun and we remember how Jesus was tempted by Satan but never broke. We to must be steadfast in our faith and must not be tempted by the noise that surrounds our lives everyday. On Easter he has risen and is seated at the right hand of the father. What can we do this Lent to be more faithful, caring, loving and rise in our growth spiritually to be closer to God? This can only be answered individually by taking a look within ourselves. During this time let’s all as a family of faith, a blue family, challenge ourselves to be better, help more, judge less and come out of Lent improving on that which we identified and strengthening that weakness to be Closer to God spiritually! God bless all of you for the work you do every day and God bless the NYPD!
Michael A. Ciota
Dear Holy Name Members,
Another Lent is here and the question arises what should I give up? Cigarettes, alcohol, sweets what’s it going to be? Giving up things is a good Lenten practice but we have to ask ourselves if it’s really going to be a sacrifice. I tell everyone I give up liver for lent. The truth is I haven’t tasted liver since I was in a highchair and my mother was spooning it out of a jar and I was spitting it out.
Lent can also be a time of growth by working on things to deepen our awareness of God’s love for us. We can do this by doing things we don’t ordinarily do. Mass during the week, Stations of the Cross or volunteering in a soup kitchen these are all examples of making lent more positive rather than negative.
Whatever you decide, make your Lenten journey a good one.
Sgt. Ed Conroy
Immediate Past President