I was saddened to hear of Fr. Mac's death. He was a true friend and wonderful example for all, a loving man.
May he rest in peace.
The Family of Tom Sullivan, Driscoll High School
May God welcome His servant Fr. McDonald into His heavenly Kingdom, and hold him in His loving arms for all eternity. I'll always remember Fr. Mac with fondness, as principal of St. Francis High School. Prayers for him and his loved ones.
You believed in me, when I didn't have the strength to believe in myself. You knew the word of the Lord would help me find peace and with open arms you welcomed me to the table. You were a wonderful example of the goodness of the Lord. You touched my life and the life of so many parishioners here at St. Walter Church. Your smiles will live on in our hearts and you will always be remembered and loved.
Until we meet again, May God hold you in the palm of His hand,
God bless. You always and we will miss you. You are surely with the angel and the saints.
Fr Frank was a gentle and kind man and we enjoyed talking about our Irish heritage.
Rest in God's Peace.
Gerry McNamara Cload
Father McDonald: Thank you for the services and teachings. I and St. Walters was blessed to have you with us for many years. You will truely be missed. To your family I am truely sorry for your loss. Prayers are sent to all of you.
Fr Mack was a kind, wonderful man. He will be missed. God bless.
I knew Frank at Quigley Seminary in the 1940's. He left there to support his family;his father had just died. Tried to reenter a few years later but was not allowed to so he transfer dioceses and became a dedicated priest there. My prayers for him and my sympathy to his survivors