Tag Archives: Denis Hurley Centre

Gerald Patrick Kearney: 28th August 1942-23rd November 2018

Paddy Kearney

This past year we have celebrated the lives of some of our country’s greatest leaders, and we end the year off commemorating the life of yet another fallen comrade, Paddy Kearney, who passed away unexpectedly last month. Being introduced to Paddy Kearney one would be met by an unassuming individual, whose peaceful demeanour disguised the […]

The Lost Art of Letter Writing

This Friday sees the launch of A Life in Letters: Selected Correspondence of Denis Hurley. The book, which consists of 250 letters penned by Archbishop Denis Hurley, took three years to compile with Paddy Kearney*, Brother Philippe Denis and Jane Argall making the selection from a massive 5000 letters written by the Archbishop between the ages of 11 and 88. […]

Denis Hurley: The Guardian of the Light Exhibition (isiZulu)

Archbishop Denis Hurley at an anti-apartheid protest march with leaders of other faiths

Labo abanothando lokufunda kabanzi ngeqhaza elabanjwa yibandla ngesikhathi sobandlululo eNingizimu Afrika, umbukiso iDenis Hurley: The Guardian of the Light, uzobanikeza ulwazi olubalulekile ngezigameko zangaleso sikhathi, futhi ikakhulukazi indima eyadlalwa nguDenis Hurley njengoMbhishobhi wesiFundabhishobhi saseThekwini. UMbhishobhi uHurley wayengasabi ukuphikisana nebandla ngezinye izikhathi elalibuye lithambekele ngasekugcinweni kwemithetho yezwe yangaleso sikhathi. Lo mbhishobhi wayephikisana kakhulu nokungabi khona kobulungiswa […]

Denis Hurley: The Guardian of the Light

Archbishop Denis Hurley at an anti-apartheid protest march with leaders of other faiths

For those of you interested in learning more about the church’s role in Apartheid South Africa, the exhibition, Denis Hurley: The Guardian of the Light, will provide valuable information about the events of that period, and specifically the part that Denis Hurley, acting as the Archbishop of Durban, played. Often in opposition to the church, which was sometimes […]