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Patrick Giddy

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Patrick Giddy is a research associate in the School of Religion and Philosophy at UKZN, and a member of the Cape Town branch of We Are All Church SA. He studied philosophy at UCT and Stellenbosch, and theology with the Dominicans in Oxford. Previously he taught philosophy at the University of Lesotho.

The Three Popes: Examples of faith, hope and love

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Equality within Catholic leadership structures promotes greater joint responsibility

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Natural evil and God: from Voltaire’s “Candide” to Camus’ “The Plague”

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Tradition as an antidote to liberalism and clerical abuse

Reflecting on a new book by Michel Camdessus and others entitled "Transformer L'Eglise Catholique" , Patrick Giddy explains how individualism fuels clericalism. A different...

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Equality within Catholic leadership structures promotes greater joint responsibility

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