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Church building devastated by blast

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article302
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Canadian Churchman
Date
1988 October
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Canadian Churchman
Date
1988 October
Volume
114
Issue
8
Page
6
Subjects
South African Council of Churches
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Do not end sanctions: Chikane

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article1349
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
1989 November

Hope and suffering : sermons and speeches

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog3376
Author
Tutu, Desmond M. (Desmond Mpilo), 1931-2021
Publication Date
1984, c1983
Material Type
Book
Location
OTCH
Call Number
BX 5700.6 Z6 T874 1984
Author
Tutu, Desmond M. (Desmond Mpilo), 1931-2021
Place
Grand Rapids MI
Publisher
William B. Eerdmans
Publication Date
1984, c1983
Physical_Description
189 p. ; 20.7 x 13.2 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"[By] The Right Reverend Desmond Mpilo Tutu".
"Compiled by Mothobi Mutloatse and edited by John Webster."
"With a Foreword by the Right Reverend Trevor Huddleston, CR."
"An edition of this book was first published by Skotaville Publishers of Johannesburg in 1983. This edition first published in Great Britain by Fount Paperbacks, London, and in the United States of America by William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, Grand Rapids, Michigan, in 1984". -- verso of t.-p.
"Here, in these pages, is the authentic voice of Christian prophecy in our day. Unafraid to proclaim with urgency the truth about 'apartheid' as the evil and destructive force it is. Unafraid to challenge the Government and its representatives for their callous and sustained assault on human dignity and human rights. Unafraid to risk the consequences for himself in making such a proclamation. But always in hope: always in love: always in the certainty that God is present within the situation and that therefore His purposes must prevail". -- Foreword.
Contents: Foreword / Trevor Huddleston -- Bishop Tutu: A Biography dated Soweto, 11 May 1983 / Mothobi Mutloatse -- Introduction / Buti Tlhagale -- Introducing South Africa -- Liberation as a Biblical Theme -- Current Concerns -- The Divine Intention.
OTCH copy has some highlighting with yellow marker.
Added Entry
Mutloatse, Muthobi, 1950-
Webster, John
Huddleston, Trevor, 1913-1998
Tlhagale, Buti (Buti Joseph), 1947-
Subjects
Sermons, English
Sermons - Church of the Province of Southern Africa
Church of the Province of Southern Africa - Sermons
Anglican Communion - Sermons
South Africa - Social conditions - Addresses, essays, lectures
South Africa - Politics and government - 1978-1989
Apartheid - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of Southern Africa
South African Council of Churches
Tutu, Desmond M. (Desmond Mpilo), 1931-2021
ISBN
0-8028-3614-3
Call Number
BX 5700.6 Z6 T874 1984
Location
OTCH
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Report of the Program Committee - South Africa III

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Date
1993 November
Source
National Executive Council. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution 10-11-93
Date
1993 November
Source
National Executive Council. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution 10-11-93
Mover
Dr. D. Maybee
Seconder
Bishop C. Lawrence
Text
That these policy resolutions be communicated:
1. To our partners in the Church in the Province of Southern Africa, the South African Council of Churches, and
2. to the Prime Minister, leaders of other parties in the House of Commons and other ministers of the Government of Canada. CARRIED #10-11-93
Notes
[Lt. Col. Don Matthews, Mr. Justice Ron Stevenson and Mr. Justice David Wright abstained.]
Subjects
South Africa - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
South African Council of Churches
Church of the Province of Southern Africa
Canada - Foreign relations - South Africa
Christianity and politics - Anglican Church of Canada
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Date
1995 June 1-9
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Act 51
Date
1995 June 1-9
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Act 51
Mover
Archbishop S. Payne
Seconder
Archbishop P. Barnett
Text
1. That this General Synod rejoices and celebrates with all the people of the Republic of South Africa in their hard won freedom and the peaceful election of their first democratic government, and therefore affirms the sacrificial and invaluable contribution made by our partners (the South African Council of Churches and the Church of the Province of Southern Africa) to the process of dismantling apartheid;
2. That this General Synod encourages all Canadian Anglicans to continue to hold up our partners in prayer and solidarity as they keep on in their transforming mission;
3. That the contents of this resolution be conveyed to the South Africa Council of Churches and the Church of the Province of Southern Africa. CARRIED Act 51
Subjects
South Africa - Politics and government - 1994-
Apartheid - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Apartheid - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of Southern Africa
South African Council of Churches
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The South African churches in a revolutionary situation

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Author
Hope, Marjorie
Publication Date
c1981
Material Type
Book : Paper
Location
U. of T. Libraries
Call Number
BR 1450 H6 1981
Author
Hope, Marjorie
Place
Maryknoll NY
Publisher
Orbis Books
Publication Date
c1981
Physical_Description
xi, 268 p. : 2 maps ; 23.5 x 15.2 cm.
Material Type
Book : Paper
Notes
"[By] Marjorie Hope and James Young".
Includes bibliographical references and index.
"Our subject is a complex one, for it is impossible to examine the Christian churches in South Africa without some consideration of the historical, political, psychological, economic, and sociological forces at work. .... Because it is crucially important to understand how South Africa got into what many call a 'quagmire', we have devoted several chapters to historical backgrounds. Because our focus is on the churches, and on the relations between colonizers and colonized, we have had to exclude the fascinating history of Africans before the arrival of the Whites. .... No White person can ever truly know what it is like to be a Black person in the land of apartheid. But we have tried to listen. We have listened not only to Blacks, but also to Coloreds, Asians, and Whites from all walks of life and positions on the political spectrum". -- Preface.
Contents: Preface -- Acronyms -- Introduction -- Part One: South Africa from Its Origins to 1960 -- History to 1900 -- The Genesis of Afrikaner Civil Religion -- The Rise of Black Nationalism: 1900 to 1960 -- The Churches: 1900 to 1960 -- Part Two: The State and the Churches, 1960 to the Present -- The Political Scene: 1960 to 1980 -- The Christian Institute and the Renaissance of Black Consciousness -- The South African Council of Churches -- The Anglicans -- The Methodists -- The Presbyterians -- The Congregationalists -- The Lutherans -- The Quakers -- The Roman Catholics -- The Dutch Reformed Churches -- The African Independent Churches -- Prophetic Voices -- What Does the Future Hold ? -- Violence, Nonviolence, and the Churches -- The Future of the Churches -- Epilogue --Index.
Added Entry
Young, James, 1916-
Subjects
Christianity - South Africa
Christian sects - South Africa
Church and race relations - South Africa
Apartheid - Religious aspects - Christianity
Racism - Religious aspects - Christianity
Apartheid - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of Southern Africa
Church of the Province of Southern Africa - History - 20th century
Church and state - South Africa
South African Council of Churches
ISBN
0-88344-466-6
Call Number
BR 1450 H6 1981
Location
U. of T. Libraries
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South African churches protest Ottawa's actions

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Author
Chikane, Frank, 1951-
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
1990 October
Author
Chikane, Frank, 1951-
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
1990 October
Volume
116
Issue
8
Page
1
Notes
Letter from the Rev. Frank Chikane, general secretary of the South African Council of Churches sent to Prime Minister B. Mulroney in which he said. "It is with grave concern that we, as the South African Council of Churches, respond to the decisions taken by your government to remove, by force, if necessary, the Mohawk barricades at Kahnosatake and Khanawaga reserve near Montreal in the province of Quebec. We are disturbed by the decision of the Canadian government to terminate negotiations with the Mohawks in favour of the option of enlisting the army".
Subjects
South African Council of Churches
Indians of North America - Canada
Quebec (Province) - History - Native Crisis, 1990
Mohawk Indians (Oka, Que.) - Government relations
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South African churches protest Ottawa's actions

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article3763
Author
Chikane, Frank, 1951-
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
1990 October
Author
Chikane, Frank, 1951-
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
1990 October
Volume
116
Issue
8
Page
1
Notes
Letter from the Rev. Frank Chikane, general secretary of the South African Council of Churches sent to Prime Minister B. Mulroney in which he said. "It is with grave concern that we, as the South African Council of Churches, respond to the decisions taken by your government to remove, by force, if necessary, the Mohawk barricades at Kahnosatake and Khanawaga reserve near Montreal in the province of Quebec. We are disturbed by the decision of the Canadian government to terminate negotiations with the Mohawks in favour of the option of enlisting the army".
Subjects
South African Council of Churches
Indians of North America - Canada
Quebec (Province) - History - Native Crisis, 1990
Mohawk Indians (Oka, Que.) - Government relations
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