Remembering the Life of Father George Hill

Compiled by ANTHONY CAPOTE, Editor, MELISSA GALLARDO, Staff Writer & KYLEIGH PANETTA, Asst. Editor Reverend George Hill, Manhattan College’s chaplain for almost decade, passed away last week, after a long battle with cancer. Hill died in hospice care of kidney failure due to his treatment, he was 73. Before coming to MC, Hill had a long and fruitful service as a priest.  He worked at St. Bernard’s parish in … Continue reading Remembering the Life of Father George Hill

A Night in the Life: Fr. George Hill

At exactly 6:05 p.m. last Sunday, I stumbled into the Chapel of De La Salle and His Brothers, rushed past the members of the music ministry towards the open sacristy door. There stood Father George Hill, donning his usual fleece sweater vest over his habit, the iconic attire of any Roman Catholic priest. “Anthony, there you are,” he said with a smile as he began … Continue reading A Night in the Life: Fr. George Hill