Let no one say the past is dead. The past is all about us and within. It is a politically active intelligentsia I think they are the most interesting group to emerge from the political point of view in the whole of the Aboriginal community in Australia.
Died in England - November Ministered in Australia in the following areas: Died in Ireland September Pat served the Diocese of Geraldton for nearly 18 years before heading off to New Zealand when the Mill Hill Congregation pulled out of the diocese due to low numbers of men available.
He served the parish of St John the Baptist in South Hedland as parish priest before spending two years in Geraldton as assistant Priest and another two years as assistant priest at St Pauls in Karratha.
It was 20 years later that he arrived in the Geraldton Diocese, after spending many years working in various parts of Africa. May he rest in peace after 43years of faithfilled service.
Bernie was born in Wagin, the tenth of eleven children, and after completing his education at age 14, went to work on the Railways. At 18 he entered the seminary in Guildford and faced the unpleasant prospect of learning Latin and getting his Leaving Certificate.
He persevered, and after three years philosophy at St Charles Seminary and four years of theology in Manly, became the first priest to be ordained for the newly created Diocese of Bunbury.
Bernie was blessed by the fact that he was not a scholarly type and shunned the niceties of philosophy and theology. Highlights of Bernie's ministry were being involved with YCW groups which provided parish leaders, men and women, for a couple of generations and the new apostolate in WA, Marriage Encounter.
However, like Kent in Shakespeare's King Lear, He had a journey shortly for to go, his master called and he must not say no. May he rest in peace./ Directory available 1 July.
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