By Bishop Rubin Phillip ______________________________ [caption id="attachment_1626" align="alignright" width="268" caption="Bishop Rubin Phillip"][/caption] Dear Friends I welcome all of you, especially President Jacob Zuma and Premier Dr Zweli Mkhize, to this...
Various events this weekend mark the anniversary of Archbishop Hurley who died on 13 February 2004.
Sat 11 February
14h00: The official opening of the Hurley permanent exhibition at the Denis Hurley Centre created by eThekwini Local History Museums Department. Present will be people who walked side-by-side with +Hurley in the famous Freedom March:
– former Methodist Bishop, John Borman
– former Anglican Bishop of Natal, Michael Nuttall
– former leader of Muslim Youth Movement, Saydooon Sayed
Tea and refreshments
15h30: Annual General Meeting and report back to stakeholders
17h30: Memorial Mass at Emmanuel Cathedral and candlelight procession to the grave
Sun 12 February in Durban
07h45: Memorial Mass at Emmanuel Cathedral (in English)
10h00: Memorial Mass at Emmanuel Cathedral (in English)
12h00: Memorial Mass at Emmanuel Cathedral (in isiZulu)
The preacher at all the Masses on Saturday and Sunday is Fr Cas Paulsen CMM.
All events are open to the public – no need to book. Safe parking behind the Cathedral.