Reverend George Boyce Moore

Date of Death: January 1, 1900
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REVEREND GEORGE BOYCE MOORE 1938 ~ 2014 Reverend George B. Moore, Pastor Emeritus, Saint Benedict Parish, Philadelphia, died at Saint Joseph Villa, Flourtown, on Saturday, December 20, 2014. Father Moore was born on October 18, 1938 in Philadelphia, PA. He is the son of the late George Boyce Moore and the late Jean (nee Santella)Continue Reading

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jim mcelderry left a message on March 18, 2015:

I only this morning learned of Fr. Moores passing. I came to know him in 1985 after visiting St. Benes where I had gone to grammar school in 1956. It was truly remarkable how he kept the spirit of Jesus alive in that community. We became good friends through the years and I feel fortunate to having been of some help to him through the years. I can recall how we painted the classrooms on some pretty hot summer days and had a few laughs along the way. He officiated at my late wifes burial in Avalon NJ and later blessed the marriage of my new wife while he was at the Villa Christmas of 14. He was truly a "priests priest" and his life was cut too short. I and many of his friends from St. Benedicts will miss him. God bless George Moore

Deacon James & Amelia Mahoney left a message on February 17, 2015:

Dear Fr. Moore, you were the BEST and you will be truly missed. May you soul rest in peace.

REv. Paul Theisz left a message on January 5, 2015:

I offered a Holy Mass for the repose of George's spirit and consolation for his family and friends on January 5, 2015. God bless all of you at this time. I am sure George is interceding for you now.

Schwabenland Family left a message on December 27, 2014:

The souls of people, on their way to Earth-life, pass through a room full of lights; each takes a taper�often only a spark�to guide it in the dim country of this world. But some souls, by rare fortune, are detained longer�and have time to grab a handful of tapers, which they weave into a torch. These are the torch-bearers of humanity� it�s poets, seers, and saints, who lead and lift the race out of darkness, toward the light. They are the law- givers and saviors, the light-bringers, way-showers and truth -tellers, and without them, humanity would lose its way in the dark.� ~ Plato George brought much light and life to so many. He was a true torch bearer!

Nancy Mc Carthy left a message on December 27, 2014:

As a Title 1 Reading teacher at St. Benedict's years ago I enjoyed working with Father Moore.. He was a caring, kind, concerned, outgoing person. A privilege to work with such a fine person. Nancy Mc Carthy

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Tony DeMichael left a message on December 26, 2014:

I will miss you . You were a special person, priest , and human being. You earned a place in Heaven as you had so many saintly qualities. Rest in peace.

Tony DeMichael left a message on December 26, 2014:

God had a good day when He put you on this earth.F

Tony DeMichael left a message on December 26, 2014:

God had a good day when He put you on this earth.F

Tony DeMichael left a message on December 26, 2014:

God had a good day when He put you on this earth.F

Frances Hamilton left a message on December 26, 2014:

To the Family of the late Father Moore From the family of the late Dorothy Dixon, Pianist of Saint Benedict Church for 30 years, would like to extend our deepest sympathy for the passing of Father Moore. I will always remember the last time I visited Saint Benedict Church and the warm greeting Father Moore gave me. It was during the spring of 2014 and he had just gotten out of the hospital. I will also always remember the loving and humorous relationship he had with my Mother, in regards to church and choir activities. They had a spiritual bond and loved the Lord. He did her funeral just the way she would have wanted it, just 3 years and 8 months ago. I feel he is in Heaven now giving a Sermon and my mother playing the piano and they are having their usual humorous disagreements and getting a laugh out of it. God Bless You Father Moore Rest in Peace Frances Hamilton and Teresa Hampton ( Daughter, and Granddaughter of the late Dorothy Dixon)

Dan D'Alesio, Jr. left a message on December 26, 2014:

May you be surrounded in this light, George, Pray for us.

Dan D'Alesio, Jr. left a message on December 26, 2014:

Fr. George, know that you will always be in OUR prayers and thoughts, as you always were for us. I want to thank you for all the good years and memories you shared with the Nigroni side of the family, Rita, Helen, Anne, Riggs, Chris and all the laughs they had in your company, especially when Jean, your mother, was part of that group. I especially thank you for saying my mother's funeral mass at Sacred Heart in 2011. Personally, I will also remember playing golf with you and your brother Johnny at Cobb's Creek GC. That day was my first par, number seven hole. I was so excited I treated you both to hot dogs at the food truck behind number seven hole. At number eight, I had a TEN, we all laughed. But most of all, I'll miss the sound of your voice, always gentle and calm. You were special, George, and you will never be forgotten. Be at peace, my cousin.

Felice Downing left a message on December 26, 2014:

I enjoyed working with Fr. George Moore at St. Benedict School. He was kind, supportive and a joy to work with. Rest in Peace dear friend! Felice and Lee Downing

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