Kwa Thintwa School for The Deaf

Kwa Thintwa School for The Deaf

Kwa Thintwa (the Zulu word meaning “To be Touched”) was founded at a meeting in the Inchanga Roman Catholic Mission on the 1st February 1980 by our late Archbishop, Denis E Hurley. There was no deaf education available to the rural community at that time. A chance meeting between our late Archbishop Denis Hurley and […]

Advent Celebration 2012

Advent Celebration 2012

“Come, Prince of Peace” Against the background of the recent politically meditative violence in KwaZulu-Natal,you are warmly invited to our annual Advent Celebration. Date: Tuesday 27 November 2012 Time: 5:30pm for 6:00pm – 7:30pm Venue: Denis Hurley Hall, Diakonia Centre, Durban Refreshments will be served. RSVP: Busi at 031 310 3500 or email reception@diakonica.org.za, by […]

Garden of Hope and Healing

Garden of Hope and Healing

eThekwini Municipality’s Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture (PRC), Diakonia Council of Churches, supported by various like-minded NGOs, present the Garden of Hope and Healing Project: 16 Days of Activism for No Violence against Women and Children, 2012 25 November – 10 December The Garden of Hope and Healing is an innovative, participative project for […]

New Hurley Book to be Launched

New Hurley Book to be Launched

Denis Hurley: Truth to Power Launch: Glenmore Pastoral Centre, Friday 16 November The Hurley biography Denis Hurley: Truth to Power will have its Durban launch at the Glenmore Pastoral Centre on Friday 16 November. The book launch will share the stage with the 2012 Archbishop Denis Hurley Lecture, organised by the Justice & Peace Commission […]