“Bishop John Darcy was a wonderful man he was always so kind to my family and to me. My late husband was born in Quincy, Mass. his Mother's maiden name was Mary Moran and of course was the daughter of Irish immigrants. Bishop Darcy resembled my husband's family very much, so my children and I felt a kinmanship with him and that somehow they were connected. We shall miss him very much, may God rest his soul!
“Bishop D'Arcy was such a blessing to me and my family. He was my husband's immigration sponsor when he came to the United States from Ireland to teach theology. He was my friend as I worked as a theology teacher at Bishop Dwenger. He always stopped to talk with us and our daughters anytime he saw us. After his retirement, he would celebrate mass with our parish sometimes. Each time he would give us hugs and talk with us for a while about our lives. He always remembered our daughters...
“May the god of comfort be a source of strength for your famiy at this difficult time. 2Corn 1:3, 4. Deepest Sympathy, Sue, Concord, NC
“It's sad to hear that he passed my grandpa was the same age. I know how it feels. I'm sorry about your loss.
“Rest in peace. Thank you for always being at Notre Dame to celebrate the confirmation masses for members of the ND family.
“Bishop D'Arcy was a people's bishop. A true shepherd to our flock. Thank you for blessing our diocese with your love!
“He was Awesome!! Did his work for God and benefitted many.
“I express my condolences to the entire family. Bishop D'Arcy was a wonderful person who did so much for so many people.
Most Reverend John Michael D'Arcy, the only son of Irish immigrants, was born on August 18th, 1932, in Boston, Massachusetts. His parents, (both deceased) were Michael John and Margaret (Moran) D'Arcy. He is survived by two sisters: Sister Anne D'Arcy, a Sister of St. Joseph; and Joan Sheridan...Read More