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December 11, 2017
I took two courses from Prof Crittenden when he was a professor at OISE, University of Toronto, in the mid 1960s. He had high standards in scholarship both for himself and others. I learned a lot from him and respected his dedication to philosophy.
December 11, 2017
took two courses from Prof Crittenden when he was a professor at OISE, University of Toronto, in the mid 1960s. Had the highest respect for his scholarship and dedication to philosophy. He set a high standard for others as for himself.
November 29, 2017
I first came to know Fr Brian Crittenden as he was then known in the mid 1950s, when he was a newly ordained assistant priest at St Paul of the Cross Parish Dulwich Hill. At the time, I was a lad of about 15 when he would have been around the age of 25.

My Grandparents Bill & Catherine Martin were parishioners there when I used to visit them from the country town of Young. When the then Parish Priest of St Pauls, Monsignor Matthew O'Donoughue a saintly old man came to learn that I was an altar boy, he asked me to serve Masses for the priests whenever I was visiting there.

It was then that I came to know Fr Brian. He was indeed a highly intelligent and likeable man with great charisma, who was very popular with the parishioners of St Pauls. Sadly, after he left Dulwich Hill I lost contact with him. However during the short time I knew him albeit it be around 62 yrs ago now, he left an indellible imprint on my mind. May this good man rest in Peace

Coincidentally, I later taught at Merrylands Public School where Brian's father had been Principal, a few years prior to my arrival.

Chris Worthington
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