He continued his work with the diocesan Tribunal and was reappointed associate judicial vicar, defender of the bond and advocate/ notary for an indeterminate term beginning Oct. 26, 1983.
He was appointed to the interdiocesan tribunal as judge and defender of the bond for a three-year term beginning Nov. 8, 1993.
On June 6, 1986, he was appointed pastor of St. Michael Parish, Trenton. In 1997, then Pope John Paul II named him Prelate of Honor of his Holiness with the title of Monsignor.
He remained in St. Michael Parish until he was named pastor of St. George Parish, Titusville. He has served as chaplain to Hopewell Council of the Knights of Columbus, which includes membership from both St. George and St. Alphonsus, Hopewell, parishes. He also has held several additional positions with the Knights of Columbus, including serving as the faithful friar of the Bishop Griffin Assembly, chaplain of the Central New Jersey Centennial Chapter, chaplain of the Trenton Diocesan Federation and, as of September 2010, district friar of the Second New Jersey District.
Msgr. Innocenzi retired as pastor of St. George Parish in 2015 and lived in Villa Vianney, the diocesan residence for retired priests in Lawrenceville. Until the time of his death, he continued to serve the Diocese as judicial vicar to which he was appointed in June 2014.