• on May 30, 2018

Health Update on Bishop George V. Murry, S.J.

Bishop George V. Murry, S.J., was released from the Cleveland Clinic Tuesday evening. Diagnosed with acute Leukemia earlier in the month, Bishop Murry’s physicians are pleased with his response to chemotherapy and the leukemia cells have been suppressed. He will return to the clinic weekly to monitor his recovery.

Bishop Murry is very appreciative of all the prayers and support he has received, but he is not accepting visitors or calls at this time.

12 Comments

  1. Bishop Murray, you are remembered in my daily prayers, may God continue to bless you, I am a member of St. Charles.

  2. So glad to hear the update and that you are doing well.

  3. Our family’s prayers are with you!

  4. Debbie donatelli

    My prayers always

  5. Garry and Kathy Boosinger

    Bishop Murray,
    You are in our Thoughts and Prayers daily. May our Lord watch over you and continue to strengthen and heal you.

  6. Hang in there, Bishop Murray! Big prayers for you and your caregivers and family !

  7. Diane Timlin & Tei'Ahna Barnett

    Bishop Murray
    We have been Praying for God’s Miraculous healing during your time of illness.
    We are members of
    St Columba. Love & Prayers
    God Bless!

  8. Bishop Murray, continued prayers for your recovery. I am a 2 time cancer survivor, so there is always hope. God will get you through this.

  9. Bishop Murry, you are and will continue to be in my prayers, rosaries and Chaplet of Mercy. You are such a blessing to us in the Diocese of Youngstown. May GOD continue to Bless you and May OUR Blessed Mother Mary wrap you in her mantle

  10. You will be good. I praying for you thanks for be a wonderful pastor

  11. Dear Bishop,
    We Sisters, Daughters of St. Paul, have been praying for you ever since we were notified of your cancer. I entered the Community from Immaculate Heart of Mary in Austintown. Most of my family now live in Our Lady of the Lakes Parish, North Jackson/Lake Milton. Right now five of us in our Boston community hail from the Youngstown Diocese. Pray that one day there will be more!
    Be assured of our continued prayers for your complete recovery!
    Sister Mary Peter Martin, fsp

  12. Dear Bishop Murry, Just want to thank you for being who you are and for being our Bishop! We so appreciate you and have been praying for your complete recovery! We know that we will see you soon, healthy and on the go again! The church and the world need you! Sandy Bailey

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