Fr Donal Carhill O.S.M RIP
We have heard from Marcella Williamson and seen on the internet, but not from the Servite Community the death of Fr Donal Carhill O.S.M at Riverbrook Nursing Home, Castleconnell, Co. Limerick, Ireland. He served the parish for 5 years 1976 – 1981. May he rest in peace.
Eternal rest grant unto Fr Donal Carhill, O’ Lord, and Let Perpetual Light shine upon him, may he rest in peace. May his soul and souls of all the faithful departed through the mercy of God rest in Peace
Blessing of the graves in the parish
FAITHFUL PARISHIONERS DEPARTED
ETERNAL REST GRANT UNTO THEM O’LORD AND LET PERPETUAL LIGHT SHINE UPON THEM.
MAY THEY REST IN PEACE
Anna & Harold Pollard, Jozef & Lilian Borucki, Richard Paul Cousins – Maggie & Lou Borucki family and Nephew
Wilfred Hunt & Carolyn – Beloved Husband and the daughter of Pat Hunt
Wilf passed away in 2014 just before his 90th birthday. He was a lovely man who lived an honest life devoted to his family and church. He became a member of St. Thomas More church in 1961 and never willingly missed mass from then on. In the early days he helped to run dances and the church fetes. Later he took over the organisation of the collecting and counting of the collections. He did many handy jobs for the upkeep of the church voluntarily ~ Pat Hunt
Angela Margaret Wright – Beloved wife of Robert (Bob) Wright
Sean O’Keeffe – Beloved Husband of Stephanie O’Keeffe & friends
Sean was a member of the Parish for over 40 years. He had a great devotion to Our Lady along with his sister Maire and enjoyed going to Walsingham. He was a very friendly man and always made time for people especially the older members of the parish. He was a great family man, he loved his children, and grandchildren, playing golf and socialising with his friends. He was sadly diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease and died at 64 years old. He is greatly missed and affectionately remembered for his ‘hugs’ by parishioners. ~ Stephanie
Jimmy Doherty & Mona Doherty
Jimmy and Mona were regular worshippers and were both active and devoted members of St Hughs and the surrounding Parish. They managed the Church Hall bookings together; Dad helped to paint the church a number of times and he laid the floor with Ann-Marie’s husband, in the recently demolished church hall.
Mum was part of the Catholic Mothers Union; an eager traveller and organiser of many of the Parish pilgrimages to Lourdes, Medjugore and the Parish retreats to Walsingham etc. She also attended the weekly Mother’s Prayer Group in Kidlington and the Bible Group in the Convent at Begbroke.
With great pride they were both awarded the Ubi Caritas medal from the Bishop which was recognition of a life supporting the Parish.
Requiem for Mona Doherty
Our heartfelt thanks together with those of the family to Lou Borucki for organising the Zoom for the Requiem and recording it. Also for organising the video link to the hall.
Beloved Parents of Liz Woodward
Charles Newland – Beloved Husband of Mary Newland
In memory of my dearest husband Charles who sang for many years in the Choir at St Thomas More. His lovely voice will be missed by me and his many friends and family. ~ Mary Newland
John Sheehan – Beloved Husband of Mary Sheehan and father of Rose Gorman
Parents and Grand Parents of Marika Dimech – in Malta
Emma & John Williamson – Loving daughter of Marcella Williamson
Loving daughter of Marcella Williamson and Husband John Williamson
Joan Darvil – A very faithful parishioner and an assistant Sacristan
Joan Darvil was a very faithful parishioner assisting the Sacristans and support many an activity in the parish
William Laina, Bridie & James Coyne, Winnie & Patrick Coyne
My beloved Husband, dear parents; Bridie and James Coyne. They were faithful, Parishioners since January 1960 since moving from London to Kidlington. My Aunt Winnie & Godfather Patrick Coyne ~ Mary Laina