More coverage of Fr. Mike McCaffery’s Passing

Fr. Mike has a great impact in the Edmonton region

Funeral livestream from St. Joseph’s Basilica

The funeral will be livestreamed on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021 at 11 a.m on these platforms:

  • Facebook (@archedmonton)
  • YouTube (@archedmonton)
  • Twitter  (will appear as @archedmonton tweet at broadcast time)
  • TELUS Optik TV Channel 877

Obituary

At Connelly-Mckinley Funeral Home: https://www.connelly-mckinley.com/obituaries/charles-michael-mccaffery-father-mike/


Here is a collection of news stories covering the passing of Reverend Charles Michael McCaffery:

 

‘Father Mike’ remembered as humble and authentic servant of God

From Grandin Media


Video: Father McCaffery remembered as ‘real and authentic’

From Grandin Media


Rev. Mike McCaffery passes, age 85

From Grandin Media


Catholic priest who married Janet and Wayne Gretzky dies from COVID-19 complications

From Global Edmonton


Rev. Mike McCaffery, pastor, mentor, teacher and community leader in the Edmonton Archdiocese, passes age 85

From Catholic Archdiocese of Edmonton


Priest who officiated Wayne Gretzky’s wedding dead at 85, possible COVID-19 complications

From CTV Edmonton


Passing of Fr. Mike McCaffery

From Catholic Social Services


Father Mike McCaffery at Catholic Social Services' Evening at the Mac at the Hotel Macdonald in Edmonton on Aug. 22, 2013. PHOTO BY CODIE MCLACHLAN /Postmedia, file

TAIT: Father Mike McCaffery — one of a kind

From Edmonton Sun


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2 thoughts on “More coverage of Fr. Mike McCaffery’s Passing

  1. I was a chaplain at the Edmonton General Hospital in the early 1990s. I met Fr. Mike McCaffery for the first time while he was visiting his mother who was a patient there.
    Later, when a Catholic friend of my family died, his family invited me to lead the memorial service, even though I am not Catholic. They did ask me to see if any Catholic priest would be willing to take part. Fr. McCaffery volunteered to do so. I was pleasantly surprised with the way he accepted me as a non-Catholic, female chaplain and my leadership of the service. I appreciated the support that he gave to me and the family at that time.
    Rest in Peace.

  2. I will never forget the good Fr. Mike did for me: How he took me to see Pope John Paul II at the Grey Nuns Regional Center in about 1984. It was a once in a lifetime privilege to be able to talk with the Pope. He drove me there, waited for me, and drove me home too. Whatever failings Fr. Mike may have had I will always remember his great kindness to me.

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