Father Jeremy Davies, Roman Catholic Priest, Dies at 87

Father Jeremy Davies, Roman Catholic Priest, Dies at 87

Father Jeremy Davies was an English Roman Catholic priest and a former doctor. He died at the age of 87.

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Father Jeremy Davies died away on Saturday at the age of 87

At the age of 87, Fr. Jeremy Davies passed away peacefully in his Fakenham, Norfolk, home. The age factor caused his death. Natural causes were Father Jeremy Davies’s cause of death. The passing of Jeremy’s father has been confirmed by the Walsingham Catholic National Shrine of Our Lady.

Walsingham Catholic National Shrine of Our Lady confirms the death of the father Jeremy, by posting a statement.  “It is with sincere sympathy & prayer that Mgr. Moger, the Franciscans, the priests, deacons, religious & lay faithful mourn the passing of dear Fr. Jeremy Davies who died today, November 5th, 2022. Fr. Jeremy had a gentle, prayerful & beautiful passing into Eternal Mysteries.”

Sympathy is given to Fr Jeremy’s family and friends, to the clergy and parishioners of his former parishes in the Diocese and abroad, and to those among whom he practiced specialized ministry.

As far as we all know, Father Jeremy Davies’ sharing of the information on social media platforms went viral and attracted a lot of attention from people. The Walsingham Catholic National Shrine of Our Woman has posted a notice to certify his demise. “Mgr. Moger, the clergy, deacons, spiritual and lay devoted mourn the departure of expensive Fr. with sincere compassion and prayer.

Biography

Father Jeremy Davies was born in London on 25 March 1935. He holds British nationality and his astrological sign is Virgo. He belongs to the white race.

Father Jeremy Davies attended St Edmund Corridor in Oxford to review English literature and St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London to review drugs.

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Father Jeremy Davies was a Roman Catholic priest and former doctor from England. Also known as Fr. Jeremy, Jeremy Ponsonby Meredith Davies was a priest. He was a well-known exorcist and co-founder of the Worldwide Affiliation of Exorcists. On April 15, 1974, in Rome, Davies was ordained as a Roman Catholic priest.

He also visited St. Bartholomew’s Hospital in London to evaluate medications and St. Edmund Corridor in Oxford to review English literature.

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