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REVEREND PHILIP R. LAMOTHE

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June 08, 2014
Father Lamothe, Chaplin for the 87th. Engineer Battalion in Cam Ranh Bay Vietnam. Thank you
January 10, 2014
Fr. Phil was full of life and will be missed. I recall many joy filled days full of laughter with him.
January 07, 2014
How glorious Fr LaMothe that Our Blessed Lord chose to take you home on the Feast of the Holy Family! You have brought countless souls to a deeper union with God and His Holy Church. You preached the gospel with all your heart,mind and strength with boundless love,compassion and mercy! We were privileged to witness your life in imitation of Jesus Mary and Joseph! We thank you for our happy family, which is truly yours! Our heartfelt love and prayers are with your beautiful family. May we all be reunited someday in Eternity where we will Praise God for ever and ever......... Lawrence and Marianne Kepler and children
January 07, 2014
Dear Cecile and Anthony Senna and rest of the family, please accept from a perfect stranger these condolences for the passing of Fr. Phil whom I knew as Chaplain of the Carmelite Monastery in Lowell, Vermont, visited numerous times on my own spiritual journey in this life towards Heaven. Besides our impromptu conversations when showing up unexpectedly after the long drive over from Sheffield, he accepted my gift of a priest's stole that the business entity “Maryweave” based at the Monastery to provide it with some income had made for him that he then wore under his chasuble at the Masses that he celebrated there. He was a quiet and gentle man who will be missed, not only by the contemplative Discalced Carmelite nuns at the Monastery named after St. Joseph but also those many laity in the Lamoille River watershed and beyond who came with their spiritual needs to then receive his wise counsel. Also, the newly constructed wing to the Monastery building where Mass can now be celebrated outside the cloister with members of the public present as well as with the nuns had to have some of its origins in Fr. Phil's intercessory prayer life and in how then Our Lord listened to his prayer requests for a proper chapel to succeed the original – and tiny – one I was told was inside the cloister in the Monastery cellar and thus was off-limits to the public.
January 06, 2014
Fr Lamothe was a truly dedicated and traditional priest. Thanks for keeping the timeless traditions of the Church
alive. RIP with the Lord. ~ J. Thompson
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