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SHALOM AND WELCOME

We at Emmanuel Cathedral are truly blessed to be in one of the most challenging parts of the City of Durban. Our Lord Jesus always wanted to be with the hungry, lame, widows, sick, sinners and those needing justice and here we are in the thick of it all. We believe that we are called to be challenged as a diverse community serving humanity from the grass roots up. It’s wonderful to see people of so many languages and cultures worshipping, meeting and challenging each other as we strive be a light in the darkness. Daily, people of all faiths can be seen entering the Cathedral to pray quietly. Our Denis Hurley Centre which is under construction will serve the pastoral needs of the parish community and the over 4000 people with many physical, spiritual and social needs who seek help and solace at our doors every month. Pray we stay faithful to our mission to serve God through the poor and marginalized.

Be Blessed.

Fr Stephen Tully
Administrator

VISION STATEMENT
Community of God Serving humanity

ISITATIMENDE SOMBONO
Umphakathi kaNkulunkulu osiza abantu.

MISSION STATEMENT
A welcoming Community rooted in the word of God Celebrating our diversity as a spirit-filled family of God Committed to loving God and our neighbor.

UBIZO LWETHU
Umphakathi owamukelanayo ogxile ezwini likaNkulunkulu. Sithokozele ukwahlukahlukana kwethu njengomndeni kaNkulunkulu ophuphumayo ngokomoya. Sizinikele ekuthandeni uNkulunkulu kanye nomakhelwane wethu.

NEWS @ EMMANUEL CATHEDRAL

Denis Hurley Centre – Symbolic key handover and unveiling of statue
Durban: 11 December 2014

Cardinal Wilfrid Napier OFM Archbishop of Durban, prays for the new Denis Hurley Centre, alongside the statue of the Archbishop Denis Hurley

Cardinal Wilfrid Napier OFM Archbishop of Durban, prays for the new Denis Hurley Centre, alongside the statue of the Archbishop Denis Hurley

Japie Kotze, representing the contractors, hands over the functional set of keys to the new Denis Hurley Centre to Centre Manager Jean-Marie Ntamubano.

Japie Kotze, representing the contractors, hands over the functional set of keys to the new Denis Hurley Centre to Centre Manager Jean-Marie Ntamubano.

Maris Ursula Hurley, the wife of Chris Hurley who was Archbishop Denis Hurley’s younger brother and co-founder of Thomas Moore School, stands alongside Mikaela York, niece of Archbishop Hurley, after the unveiling the Archbishop Denis Hurley statue - the culmination of the key handover ceremony at the brand new Denis Hurley Centre in Durban on Thursday 11 December The statue was unveiled jointly by Mikaela York (niece of Archbishop Hurley), Cecilia Mkhize (former president of the Sacred Heart Sodality) and Gill Stroh (widow of the late Reg Stroh who made the statue)

Maris Ursula Hurley, the wife of Chris Hurley who was Archbishop Denis Hurley’s younger brother and co-founder of Thomas Moore School, stands alongside Mikaela York, niece of Archbishop Hurley, after the unveiling the Archbishop Denis Hurley statue – the culmination of the key handover ceremony at the brand new Denis Hurley Centre in Durban on Thursday 11 December
The statue was unveiled jointly by Mikaela York (niece of Archbishop Hurley), Cecilia Mkhize (former president of the Sacred Heart Sodality) and Gill Stroh (widow of the late Reg Stroh who made the statue)

MEC Belinda Scott alongside, from left Bishop Rubin Phillip, Cardinal Napier and Gill Stroh (obscured) on the occasion of the key handover of the Denis Hurley Centre The new statue of Archbishop Hurley is in the foreground

MEC Belinda Scott alongside, from left Bishop Rubin Phillip, Cardinal Napier and Gill Stroh (obscured) on the occasion of the key handover of the Denis Hurley Centre
The new statue of Archbishop Hurley is in the foreground

The moment of unveiling the Archbishop Denis Hurley Centre statue - the culmination of the key handover ceremony at the brand new Denis Hurley Centre in Durban on Thursday 11 December The statue was unveiled jointly by Mikaela York (niece of Archbishop Hurley), Cecilia Mkhize (former president of the Sacred Heart Sodality) and Gill Stroh (pictured in blue top) (widow of the late Reg Stroh who made the statue)

The moment of unveiling the Archbishop Denis Hurley Centre statue – the culmination of the key handover ceremony at the brand new Denis Hurley Centre in Durban on Thursday 11 December
The statue was unveiled jointly by Mikaela York (niece of Archbishop Hurley), Cecilia Mkhize (former president of the Sacred Heart Sodality) and Gill Stroh (pictured in blue top) (widow of the late Reg Stroh who made the statue)

 

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HERITAGE CELEBRATION
21 September 2014, 10h00, Cathedral

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CHILDREN’S SPORTS DAY
Sun, 28 September 2014, 10h00, Holy Family College, Glenmore

HOLY FAMILY SISTERS 150 YEARS ANNIVERSARY
15 October 2014,10h00, Cathedral

 ISIVUNO / THANKSGIVING CELEBRATION
25 & 26 October 2015, Cathedral
“Those who sow with tears will reap with songs of joy. Those who go out weeping, carrying seed to sow, will return with songs of joy, carrying sheaves with them.” ~ Psalm 126: 5-6.Isivuno/ Thanksgiving is an annual celebration at Emmanuel Cathedral. Come and give thanks; show your gratitude to God for all the benefits or favors he has blessed you with this year. CELEBRANT : Fr. Sifiso NdlovuSat, 25 October – 17h30
Sun, 26 Ocotber – 07h45, 10h00, 12h00

After communion prayer you will all be invited to place your thanksgiving offertory at the altar. You will be invited forward according to you Birth Month, Ministry and Profession. Please come prepared.

For more information contact the Coordinator Sabelo Mthembu on 0744339616.

BAPTISM FOR SCHOOL GOING CHILDREN
26 September 2015
  ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Sat, 15 November 2014, 09h00,Denis Hurley Centre

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