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  • Kate 2 years

    Very sorry to hear this news. Vale Fr Brian & RIP. 

  • Sue Orchison 2 years

    May he rest in peace. Fr Brian has been a fount of historical wisdom and fascinating stories.

  • Herbie O'Flynn 2 years

    Fr Brian was a good friend of Lyn and myself over many years and a founding member of the CDF Board.  He always talked fondly, and amazed me with the stories of  being a very young 7yo boarder at St Lawrence’s School at Galong.  He had a prodigious memory of the history of the Archdiocese and its people.  It was his influence and help that sustained my interest in family history.  I remember, too, his brother Kevin who was a valued member of the CEO responsible for their buildings and facilities in the 1980s and into the early 1990s. 

  • Luke Wensing 2 years

    Time was up…i had a chat with him a few years ago. His recall was amazing…speaking if which,
    I was an altar server at his ordination…he told me!

  • John Reardon 2 years

    Very sorry to of his death. Happy memories of history trips with him and others.
    John and Jean

  • John Murray 2 years

    I am grateful to Brian for the dressing down he gave me in Pre-Philosophy at St Columba’s College Springwood in 1959 for making fun of another student who, to quote Brian, “Is not as well endowed (intellectually) as you.”

  • Alison mulloney 2 years

    Fr Brian is well remembered by our family n Kilkenny Ireland. We recall his visit approximately 30 years ago. My mother was a descendant of the mahers from Conahy. We were sorry to read of his passing. May his gentle soul rest in peace.Alison and John Mulloney