Denis Eugene Hurley O.M.I. (9 November 1915 – 13 February 2004) was the South African Roman Catholic Vicar Apostolic of Natal and Bishop, and later Archbishop of Durban, from 1946 until 1992. He was born in Cape Town and spent his early years on Robben Island, where his father was the lighthouse keeper. In 1951, Hurley was appointed Archbishop of Durban, and the youngest archbishop in the world at that time. Hurley was an active participant in the Second Vatican Council, which he described as "the greatest project of adult education ever held in the world".

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  • Denis Eugene Hurley O.M.I. (9 November 1915 – 13 February 2004) was the South African Roman Catholic Vicar Apostolic of Natal and Bishop, and later Archbishop of Durban, from 1946 until 1992. He was born in Cape Town and spent his early years on Robben Island, where his father was the lighthouse keeper. In 1951, Hurley was appointed Archbishop of Durban, and the youngest archbishop in the world at that time. Hurley was an active participant in the Second Vatican Council, which he described as "the greatest project of adult education ever held in the world". An outspoken opponent of apartheid, as chairman of the Southern African Catholic Bishops' Conference, he drafted the first of the ground-breaking pastoral letters in which the bishops denounced apartheid as "blasphemy" and "intrinsically evil." Upon his retirement as archbishop. he served as the Chancellor of the University of Natal. (en)
  • Denis Eugene Hurley OMI (* 9. November 1915 in Kapstadt, Südafrika; † 13. Februar 2004 in Durban) war ein südafrikanischer Ordenspriester und Erzbischof von Durban. (de)
  • Denis Eugene Hurley (ur. 9 listopada 1915 w Kapsztadzie, zm. 13 lutego 2004) – duchowny katolicki RPA. Przyjął święcenia kapłańskie 9 lipca 1939; był zakonnikiem zgromadzenia Oblatów Niepokalanej Maryi (O.M.I.). W bardzo młodym wieku został mianowany wikariuszem apostolskim Natal (z jednoczesnym wyniesieniem do godności biskupa tytularnego Turuzi) (12 grudnia 1946). Przyjął sakrę biskupią 19 marca 1947 z rąk dyplomaty watykańskiego, przedstawiciela Stolicy Apostolskiej w Afryce Południowej, abp. M. Lucasa. 11 stycznia 1951 został mianowany arcybiskupem Durbanu, pełnił tę funkcję ponad 40 lat; odszedł na emeryturę w maju 1992. Udzielił sakry biskupiej m.in. swojemu następcy na stolicy arcybiskupiej Durban, Wilfridowi Napierowi (1981), późniejszemu kardynałowi. (pl)
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  • Denis Eugene Hurley OMI (* 9. November 1915 in Kapstadt, Südafrika; † 13. Februar 2004 in Durban) war ein südafrikanischer Ordenspriester und Erzbischof von Durban. (de)
  • Denis Eugene Hurley O.M.I. (9 November 1915 – 13 February 2004) was the South African Roman Catholic Vicar Apostolic of Natal and Bishop, and later Archbishop of Durban, from 1946 until 1992. He was born in Cape Town and spent his early years on Robben Island, where his father was the lighthouse keeper. In 1951, Hurley was appointed Archbishop of Durban, and the youngest archbishop in the world at that time. Hurley was an active participant in the Second Vatican Council, which he described as "the greatest project of adult education ever held in the world". (en)
  • Denis Eugene Hurley (ur. 9 listopada 1915 w Kapsztadzie, zm. 13 lutego 2004) – duchowny katolicki RPA. Przyjął święcenia kapłańskie 9 lipca 1939; był zakonnikiem zgromadzenia Oblatów Niepokalanej Maryi (O.M.I.). W bardzo młodym wieku został mianowany wikariuszem apostolskim Natal (z jednoczesnym wyniesieniem do godności biskupa tytularnego Turuzi) (12 grudnia 1946). Przyjął sakrę biskupią 19 marca 1947 z rąk dyplomaty watykańskiego, przedstawiciela Stolicy Apostolskiej w Afryce Południowej, abp. M. Lucasa. (pl)
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