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NEWS — Emmanuel Cathedral



The Cardinal has given permission for the public celebration of the Eucharist to take place provided that all government, diocesan and parish protocols are observed. 1. Proposed date to reopen Sunday 6th September 2020. This gives the parishioners time to book for a celebration of the Eucharist. It also gives the parishioners enough time to […]

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  MAY TIME TABLE   DATE PARISH CONTACT PERSON 02/05 UMhlangano weNhliziyo     07/05 St Francis Xavier – Bluff   (9h00-11h00) Fr Derrick Butt, OMI 031-4670524 14/05 Cato Manor/Chesterville (9h00-11h00) Fr Peter Sodje, CSSp 0724248721 21/05 Durban South Deanery     (9h00-15h00) Fr Xolani Mthethwa 031-4690865          

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Fr John Baptist Sabon, was born on June 27,1819, at Rochegude, Drôme, France. He was ordained as a diocesan priest in the diocese of Valence in1844. Subsequently he joined the Oblate Congregation and made his final profession in 1848. His first mission was in Algiers, as one of the priests who were sent to open […]

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PASCHAL MEAL-Wednesday 23 March 2016

The Emmanuel Cathedral will be hosting a Paschal Meal on Wednesday 23 March 2016 at 18h00 in the Cathedral grounds. The director of the meal will be Fr. Charles Rensburg OMI. Father Charles is currently at St Joseph’s Scholasticate in Cedara, he has been invited because the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate are celebrating 200 […]

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A New Beginning

 A New Beginning Sthebiso Mkhize and Sabelo Bhengu, former whoonga addicts, are delighted to have completed a 12-week programme of rehab at the Newlands Clinic, as part of the Qalakabusha (“new beginning”) programme coordinated by the eThekwini Municipality and a number of NGOs including the Denis Hurley Centre. Sthebiso and Sabelo and nine other young […]

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A Living Legend

A Living Legend EThekwini Municipality has honoured Denis Hurley Centre Project Co-Ordinator Paddy Kearney by awarding him the title of Living Legend. EThekwini Living Legends Awards aims to honour the great successes achieved by past and present residents of the City who have diligently dedicated their skills to uplift communities and contributed immensely to service […]

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