Our beloved Mgr Georges (Chaplain to the Hungarians in the UK) died very peacefully on Monday November 13.
He was aholy and much loved priest who told me that when he firstwent to Medjugorje in 1984 he made a vow to the blessed Mother that he would spend the rest of his life spreading her messages.
For a while now, Fr Georges has not known who anyone wasai??i?? yet on my last visit he certainly knew how to give me his priestly blessing, which I received three times, and I will always greatly treasure this last visit.
On a previous visit hewas so impatient to go to heaven but happy to be in Maryville Care Home in Brentford in Middlesex with such a beautiful and tender Marian spirit and he was a joy to visit.
I give thanks for what Mgr Georges did for Our Lady’s Shrine in Walsingham and especially in remembrance of Charlotte Boyd and her cause, for it was he who cared for the grave of Charlotte for over 20 years and who championed hercause.
Fr Georges loved Our Lady of Walsingham and never ceased to speak of and pray to her. His great hope was that one day the mortal remains of Charlotte would be laid to rest in Walsingham besides the SlipperChapelwhich she sogenerously gave to the Catholic Church and whicheventually became our National Marian Shrine.
A great priest son of the Holy Church, a great son of Hungary and also a great son of the UK. Thank you Almighty God for gracing us with dear Fr Georges.
Rest in peace dear Father.
Pictured above isMgr Georges Tutto, with the Bishop of Nottingham, Malcolm McMahon (now Archbishop of Liverpool).