Truly vile individual. His role in one of the most shocking celbridge stories of the 1980s and 1990s (which reached the courts in recent years) demands exploration. His alleged refusal to speak to the Gardai during their investigation into the allegations against the two brothers should be outed.
A pure legend deserves all the respect he got a great man R.I.P
gush gush good morning gentlemen fr. archer her! what a man pure gent rest in peace god bless
A true gentleman and a great scholar a man of unbending wisdom and unswerving drive, impacted my life on many levels to this very day.... 1989 alumni
So Sorry to hear he died.as i was only in 2nd year didnt know him that well.but was a repected priest and teacher R.I.P The road race can continuein your honour
The best (old school) teacher of all time. RIP. You are missed by everyone !!
sad to hear he died i was part of the gaurd of honour good luck R.I.P
a true gentleman.i never heard a bad wod said about him.those intrcom announcements brightened up everyone's day.R.I.P
Fr Archer will be missed by students and alumni alike. 'Make of my youth Lord a holy thing'. Thank you.
I never knew fr.archer but i know he will be greatly missed. t.connor
Where to begin? An absolute gentleman and most definitly a scholar. A privilege to have met and known him. The school will not be the same without him. R.I.P.
tHE MOST RESPECTED MAN I KNOW EVERYBODY LIKED HIM AND ALWAYS BROUGHT A SMILE TO PPLS FACE R.I.P.
THIS MAN DESRVES CAPITAL LETTERS!THE MOST INTELLEGENT MAN I HAVE EVER MET!
I was sorry to hear of his death. He never taught me but i'll always remember his legendary intercom announcements and his help with the cross country team.
Wonderful man and caring person. A credit to both his religion and his proffession. May he rest in well deserved peace.
For me , Fr. Archer epitomised the whole concept of the salesain order , a true gent who will be sorely missed in the school and community. May he R.I.P.
What more can be said about this man that hasnt already been said? Legendary teacher and fantastic person to know. rest in peace fr.
A mountain of a man despite his stature. listened to by all . the old corridors will miss his walks of friendly conversation.many times gave me advice.RIP
lovely there was never a dull moment with him around major loss not just to us but to everyone who never met him
Best teacher to walk in those gloom hallways. R.I.P. You will be missed
Very sorry to hear of his death. He was the nicest man i've ever met, and really cared about his students. Did he ever publish his little book of integration?
although i didn't know him well his death had a major impact on me and was an inspiration for me when times were getting hard during the cross country races. may he rest in peace and he'll never be forgotten
A pleasure to have met and everyone enjoyed his early morning masses. Although i am not in the school anymore I still reflect back to those fond meomories.
Anecdotal and stubburn, but an absolute angel to have met. To this day i still remember some of his greatest moments.RIP
Excellent teacher and a brilliant man. Inspired my career choices and always had a genuine interest in how people did during and after school. Missed by all.
He was a gentleman and a inspiration.God rest him.We all miss you father.
Top man and may he RIP in heavean. Sadly missed by all the priests, staff etc.
Father ur an inspiration, never meet a more deadicated man! Rest In Peace, father u are sadly missd by all da students and myself.
Sadly missed by all students, past and current. His death was a great loss to the school, he will never be forgotten. May the lord bless and keep you Father.
a saint in heaven a privilage to have known him, a genius in this world. God rest him.
The most energetic person in the school, even just before he died. Gone but never forgotten.
Rest in peace Fr. Charlie. Never tought me but I was an alter boy in the early 90s, he always said 8.30 mass on Sunday morning.
very liked by all students. very friendly and is missed by all. rest in peace father. we all miss you.
Sadly missed since he died. Excellent teacher, gentleman full of anecdotes