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Saturday, 18 August 2018

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December 3, 2017
When I met him, Fr Gerard already had white hair and a life full of history, but he looked forward to the future every day, secure in his Passionist family and the love of God. He was a very caring man, a very good man, who was funny, patient and kind. He was also very down to earth, and could tell a funny story to brighten any occasion and make a good point. He remembered aloud once that as newly pledged Passionist, he arrived at the Monastery just after an older, beloved man had died. The seniors sent the new men off to have a picnic in the bush, saying 'don't grieve, he is with God'. I know Fr Gerard (Tony by birth) missed his lost brothers, but his faith kept his spirits high. I'm so sad I won't have the chance to see him again, but I know he died happy in his faith. Sending love to his brothers, family and friends.
December 2, 2017
December 2, 2017
Gerard Mahony was a proud and faithful Passionist priest for more than 70 years. He touched the lives of so many through his preaching, missions and retreats, as well as his writings and his sage advice and kind, respectful listening. More than that, Tony (his birth name) was a man much loved by his family and friends and someone who had the capacity to love in return. He was held in the highest esteem and loved as a gentle, funny, compassionate man who loved without judgement. He honoured the past, loved the present and looked forward to the future with great hope. He lived life to the full, to his very last breath. Rest in peace, dear Tony. Thank you for the many ways you have gifted us.