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Guardian of the Light: Denis Hurley: Renewing the Church, Opposing Apartheid
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Price: R 410
Publication Date: 2009-08-03
Binding: Hardcover
ISBN: 978 1 86914 181 3
Width: 150
Height: 230
Pages: 384


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The Witness, 17 August 2009

Honouring the burly Hurley

Review by Stephen Coan

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Seeker of the truth
CHRIS CHATTERIS Mail & Guardian, Oct 20 2009

Chris Chatteris looks at the life of a rare, genuinely big man who could admit when he erred

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Review by Sue Rakoczy IHM
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Grace & Truth 2010/1

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Denis Hurley was a courageous opponent of South Africa’s apartheid regime for 50 years, dubbed ‘an ecclesiastical Che Guevara’ by a South African official and ‘guardian of the light’ by Alan Paton. He was a champion of the reforms and ‘spirit’ of Vatican II, who was controversial for his views on birth control, married priests and women’s ordination.

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