July 28, 1930 – October 4, 2020
+ Fr. Jerry Talarski OMI was born on July 28, 1930 in Krydor, Saskatchewan. He graduated high school, St. Michael College in Toronto, in 1949. In 1950, he entered the Oblate novitiate and a year later he began studies at St. Charles Scholasticate in Saskatchewan. He was ordained on July 22, 1956.
For the first four years after his ordination, he was a prefect at a college in Toronto. In 1960, he began work as an associate pastor in Our Lady of Perpetual Help in St. Catharines, Ontario. Two years later, he worked in Winnipeg at Holy Ghost Parish for one year. In 1963, he became the pastor in Sturgis, Saskatchewan, where he worked for 18 years.
Fr. Jerry worked at St. Stanislaus parish in East Selkirk from 1987 until 2013, when he retired.
Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord,
And may perpetual light shine upon him
May he rest in peace.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of FR JERRY
TALARSKI OMI 1930 2020..

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  1. Father Jerry was truly compassionate. He had an unforgettable smile. What we on earth have lost with his passing, heaven has gained. We will always remember him. Rest in peace.

  2. Good afternoon,

    I am saddened by the death of my uncle, Father Jerry. Although this is very surprising for our family, we understand his health difficulties the last few years. He is the last of my dad’s family. He was always willing to help me with remembering pictures our ancestry. I remember fondly our yearly celebrations of his birthday and ordination. We will miss his smile and comforting manner. God bless him. Rest in Peace.

  3. To those who read this, I apologize for it being so late. I just found out about the death of Father Jerry. I got to meet him because the Archbishop asked if I could cover his parish and mission while he took off from East Selkirk, MB. We spent quality together before he left for Saskatchewan, and after his return, all delightful memories held in my heart. Father Jerry was a great, kind human being. He did everything to make me (an American) feel wanted and comfortable during his absence when leaving me alone in the middle of nowhere, Manitoba, Canada. I had to smile about the breakfast at A&W over in Selkirk – oh, how he enjoyed going there. I will keep him in my prayers and celebrate a Mass in his honor. Requiescat in pace my brother and friend.

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