|Location||Van Reenen, South Africa|
|Affiliation||Roman Catholic Church|
|Ecclesiastical or organizational status||Oratory|
LLandaff Oratory is an oratory in Van Reenen, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. The oratory was built by Maynard Mathews in memory of his son Llandaff Mathew who died while saving the lives of 8 co-workers at the Burnside Colliery mine on 19 March 1925.
Initially Maynard Mathews wanted to erect a plaque in honour of his son at the Roman Catholic Church in Ladysmith, but could not secure permission to do so. Determined that a memorial to his son will be placed in a church, Maynard decided to build his own, have it consecrated a Catholic church and become a priest himself (he was ordained into the Order of St. Dominic on 7 May 1926).
The LLandaff Oratory is a National Monument.
 See also
- "Llandaff Oratory". 2007-06-27. Retrieved 2008-09-13.
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