Mokhoa oa ho etsa komunione e halalelang o ka sebeliosoang sebakeng sa mokhoa oa khale.
The Alternative Liturgy of the Church of the Province of South Africa in the Sesuto Language.
London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1926.

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Sotho is a major language of South Africa and Lesotho, spoken by at least five million people. Anglican liturgical translations into this language for use in the Diocese of Natal began in 1878, and have continued through today. Bukanyana ea merapelo ho batho ba kereke. A simple manual of private devotions and preparation for the Holy Communion in the Sesutho Language (London, 1911) is also available online.

This book was published during the episcopate of Frederick Samuel Baines (1858-1939, fourth Bishop of Natal, 1901-1928). David Griffiths identifies this translation as 161:4 in The Bibliography of the Book of Common Prayer 1549-1999 (London: The British Library; New Castle, Delaware: Oak Knoll Press, 2002).

The text was digitized in 2012 by Richard Mammana from a copy provided by Thomas Rae.