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Cecil Scaglione  Editor

  Mature Life Features . . .

 . . . has produced award-winning articles and photographs of interest to the 40+ reader for hundreds of publications throughout North America since the early 1970s.

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Written by Cecil Scaglione

July 9, 2009 at 11:21 pm

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  1. Hi Cecil! I came across your blog after too much ‘new pope news’ which took my mind tumbling back to St. Joseph’s College in North Bay, Ont. – circa 1964-67, and I googled Caswell, which led me to your article. I was a boarder at St. Jo’s and we had one heckuva fun priest ‘assigned’ to us. I have thought of Father Caswell so many times over the years. What a great sense of humor and a very compassionate guy….he skated with us, tried to teach us to play football….oh ya, he said mass and all that stuff too!

    Catholic priests have gotten such a bad rap with the global sexual abuse cases and I always think about how my own experience and that of many of my friends was just so enriched by guys like John Caswell. Denis I knew of only by rep….his sister, however, was one of my teachers and she was a great person – education was her specialty as well.

    It was fun to read about your lunch with him and Denis Murphy. Here’s to friendship and great priests!

    Thank you, Christie Demas

    christiedemas

    March 13, 2013 at 10:37 pm


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