Page 2, 3rd April 1970

3rd April 1970
Page 2
Page 2, 3rd April 1970 — African bishop's attack
Close

Report an error

Noticed an error on this page?
If you've noticed an error in this article please click here to report it.

Tags


Share


Related articles

Africanisation Plea

Page 2 from 23rd February 1968

Church Duty To Condemn Apartheid

Page 5 from 5th January 1973

A Draught Of Fresh Air

Page 5 from 5th August 1966

Giving Flesh To Rhetoric

Page 3 from 27th June 1986

Tortured Priest Says Sa Elections Will Bring Country No...

Page 2 from 4th August 1989

African bishop's attack

cooperation with other

Churches at any time when they have been called upon to discuss the implications of apartheid, which means that they know that they are to blame for the promotion of apartheid."

The Archbishop said that they had come, in Africa, to understand the truth wh;ch Christ left. "We are able today to explain it as we understand it. There is no more chance for our brothers to twist the truth and give it to us as they would like it to suit their whims.

"The Catholic Church in Portuguese East Africa is certainly wrong in going around with explanations of prudence, which in this case means fear and hypocrisy. The Dutch Reformed Church. too, has to admit that they are supporting the wrong regimes in South Africa and Rhodesia. There is no escape from the truth. "Whatever the enemies of these oppressed people in the countries mentioned above may try to do to prevent this message reaching the people concerned, may I assure them that they will not succeed in preventing this. It is going to reach them all the same. Truth is truth."




blog comments powered by Disqus