Damaraland Special

by Southern African Christian Alliance
with Colin O’Brien Winter, James H. Kauluma
Houston, Texas, United States
Fall 1978
4 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage in Africa: Namibia, South Africa, Lesotho
Coverage outside Africa: United States, United Kingdom
Language: English
The newsletter reports that South Africa has deported three churchpeople who are strong opponents of its illegal rule in Namibia: The Rev. Edward Morrow, Anglican Vicar general; his wife, Ms. Laureen Morrow; and Rev. Heiz Hunke, provincial superior of the Roman Catholic Order of Mary Immaculate. The newsletter mentions the Namibia International Peace Centre in London. The newsletter includes a report by Colin O’Brien Winter, Bishop of Damaraland-in-exile, about a Namibian Church Conference held in Maseru, Lesotho. It also includes a letter from James H. Kauluma, Bishop Suffragan of Damaraland, in which he reports that he has been granted a one-year visa that will allow him and has family to return to Namibia. His letter also discusses the cost of re-opening St. Mary's Hospital and reports that St. John's Parish in the Diocese of Los Angeles has offered to consider sponsoring a printing press and the cost to completely equip a printing shop. The newsletter reports that contributions to the work can sent directly to the Diocese in Windhoek or to the Southern African Christian Alliance. Contents: FR. ED MORROW, VICAR GENERAL OF DAMARALAND DEPORTED • "THE FREEDOM TO BE FREE" • THE FREEDOM TO BE FREE: THE MASERU DECLARATION
Collection: Patricia L. Beeman Southern Africa Liberation Committee collection, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections