Comments: Joe Cassidy's funeral

I was always impressed by 'Papa Joe's' reflections on T.A. The love was always in the foreground of every statement he made. May Joe now rest in peace, and rise one day with Christ in glory. Amen

Posted by Father Ron Smith at Sunday, 26 April 2015 at 11:32am BST


Thanks very much indeed for this,


Posted by John at Sunday, 26 April 2015 at 2:42pm BST

Thank you to +David Stancliffe for his words. Joe was a dear man, and a dear friend. His contribution to Anglican polity - helping us all think through issues complex of identity and praxis - was truly remarkable. We miss him greatly, and he is much-mourned. We give thanks for his life and his loves - not only of the church, St. Chad's and Durham, but most especially for Gillian and their three children. (Emmeline's tribute is remarkable for its poise and grace, and in one so young. Joe would have been proud).

Posted by Martyn Percy at Sunday, 26 April 2015 at 7:35pm BST

A member of Chad's long ago, I did not know Joseph Cassidy though returning there last year - and through its magazine - but I knew a little of what by God's grace and his own, he achieved. And his daughter and the Bishop through their very moving and very helpful words have extended even further the blessings he brought.

Posted by John Bunyan at Tuesday, 28 April 2015 at 1:06am BST
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