Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio

About Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio

Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio is bishop emeritus of the Diocese of Brooklyn. Ordained a priest for the Archdiocese of Newark, NJ, in 1970, from 1985 to 1991 he served as executive director of the Office of Migration and Refugee Services at the USCCB. In 1996, he was ordained auxiliary bishop of Newark; in July of 1999, bishop of Camden, NJ; in October 2003, the seventh bishop of Brooklyn. Bishop DiMarzio has spent his ministry of over 40 years in the areas of immigration assistance and refugee resettlement services. He holds a Master’s in Social Work from Fordham University and a Ph.D. in Social Work Research and Policy from Rutgers University.

Pope Francis and the Symposium on the Priesthood

Many times, Pope Francis has been very critical in speaking about priests and even seminarians, and for sure bishops. He is calling the Church to a renewal, and he does not seem to have this concern without some experience. He began his … [Read more...]

St. Joseph and Fatherhood

Originally delivered as a talk for the Diocese of Paterson Advent Day of Prayer for Priests, St. Paul Inside the Walls Evangelization Center, Madison, NJ on December 6, 2022. It is my privilege and pleasure to be with you today at the … [Read more...]