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A Tribute to Archbishop Lawrence Patrick Henry – 1934 - 2014

F. Docrat
F. Docrat schrieb am 05.03.2014

On March 5, 2014, Archbishop Lawrence Patrick Henry, a friend and supporter of
the HOPE Cape Town, sadly passed away.



Born in 1934, Lawrence Patrick Henry was ordained as Priest
of Cape Town on 22 December 1962. In 1987 he was appointed as Auxiliary Bishop
of Cape Town and as Titular Bishop of Cenculiana. 1987 he ordained as Bishop
and was appointed and installed as Archbishop of Cape Town in 1990. On 18
December 2009 he retired has Archbishop of Cape Town.



Rev. Fr. Stefan Hippler, founding member of HOPE Cape Town
and Chairperson of the board of trustees of the HOPE Cape Town Trust, worked
with Archbishop Henry since 1997 and only through the support of Archbishop
Henry, Stefan was able to found HOPE Cape Town. Later, Archbishop Henry was
actively involved in the work of HOPE Cape Town and attended the Ball of HOPE
every year.



Archbishop Henry’s service to humanity and the amazing
impact he made on society is living evidence of the “Power of One”.



Archbishop Henry holds a special place in the history of HOPE
Cape Town and he will be long remembered by the Boards, Management and staff.
Rest in Peace Archbishop Henry.



Pictured here at the Ball of Hope, is Archbishop Henry, Anja
Tambusso-Ferraz (SA-German Chamber of Commerce) and Rev. Fr. Stefan Hippler



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