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Only In Print: Memorial Mass Marks One-Year Anniversary of Heroes Slaying 

Hundreds of people came together at St. Patrick’s Cathedral on Jan. 21 for a memorial Mass honoring two slain NYPD officers — Det. Jason Rivera (above left) and his partner, Wilbert Mora — who were ambushed by a gunman during a domestic violence call in Harlem on Jan. 21, 2022. (Photo: NYPD)

MIDTOWN — NYPD detectives Jason Rivera and Wilbert Mora were honored during a memorial Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the same place where the funerals for both detectives took place last year.

Msgr. Robert Romano, pastor of Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Brooklyn and the NYPD’s Catholic chaplain, celebrated the Mass on Jan. 21. 

Rivera, 22, and Mora, 27, who worked at the 32nd Precinct, were shot while answering a 911 call of a domestic violence incident…

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