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Patrick Noonan
Patrick Noonan

Patrick Noonan is a Franciscan brother and priest who has lived and worked in Europe, the Middle East and the black townships of South Africa since 1970 and was still there when his area – known as the Vaal Triangle – exploded in anti-apartheid rage in the latter half of 1984. It was this uprising that signalled the beginning of the end of apartheid and led to the release of Nelson Mandela. He is presently ministering in Vanderbilpark, and also assists the Gauteng Council of Churches in the area of post-apartheid reconciliation. He is the author of the recently reissued, revised and expanded book They’re Burning the Churches (Jacana 2011), St Francis Uncensored (Choice Publishing 2016), Help! My Granny's Dog is a Racist!, and as well as articles for various books magazines and newspapers.
Fr Patrick Noonan is also the recipient of the Mayor’s Medal for Services to the Community in the Municipality of Sedibeng south of Johannesburg.

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Help! My Grannie’s Dog is a Racist!

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Crime and racist tendencies nourish one another and feed off each other. Housebreaking is fuelled by every racial incident that hits the headlines. Read why Help, My Granny’s Dog Is a Racist proves this astonishing claim and others too that will make you cry or laugh or angry or at least embarrassed. Present day racists, he or she, are the typical bigoted self-centred Pharisees Jesus regularly and angrily called “hypocrites”.
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Help! My Grannie’s Dog is a Racist!

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Crime and racist tendencies nourish one another and feed off each other. Housebreaking is fuelled by every racial incident that hits the headlines. Read why Help, My Granny’s Dog Is a Racist proves this astonishing claim and others too that will make you cry or laugh or angry or at least embarrassed. Present day racists, he or she, are the typical bigoted self-centred Pharisees Jesus regularly and angrily called “hypocrites”.
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Township God

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Here Noonan candidly shares his priesthood with the reader. He also tells how the poor and marginalised of the world taught church and development workers so much. He describes vividly a frightening confrontation with the paranormal, being traumatised during the baptism of 29 infants, and waking up to the sound of bullets crashing through the window of his house. You will witness, awestruck, his angry conversations with God in a darkened church. This is a difficult book to define - you will search in vain for a storyline, or even a timeline, but it takes you to a place very few lay people get to visit - the mind of a struggling religious.
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Township God

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Here Noonan candidly shares his priesthood with the reader. He also tells how the poor and marginalised of the world taught church and development workers so much. He describes vividly a frightening confrontation with the paranormal, being traumatised during the baptism of 29 infants, and waking up to the sound of bullets crashing through the window of his house. You will witness, awestruck, his angry conversations with God in a darkened church. This is a difficult book to define - you will search in vain for a storyline, or even a timeline, but it takes you to a place very few lay people get to visit - the mind of a struggling religious.
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