One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A member of the Society of Missionaries of Africa, a Roman Catholic order founded in Algiers in 1868.
- ‘It was further edited by a White Father missionary, Edouard Labreque, and finally published in Bemba as Ifikolwe Fyandi na Bantu Bandi (My Ancestors and My People).’
- ‘The nine mission stations of the White Fathers accounted for the bulk of European residents in 1940.’
- ‘From their foundation, the White Fathers have been in Muslim areas since their Religious Society was founded in Algeria.’
- ‘The cruelly-bound prisoners passed the home of the White Fathers on their way to execution.’
- ‘Were the White Fathers seen as an advance guard of French penetration into the Sahara?’
- ‘It was the White Fathers who permitted the first publications of dictionaries.’
- ‘It was agreed with the diocesan authorities that this should be the property of the White Fathers.’
Translating French Père Blanc.
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