From Sun Myung Moon Archive
- Founding of CAUSA, part of an effort to combat communism. CAUSA worked primarily in Central and South America.
- Proposal of the International Highway Project. The highway is to link all corners of the world, including a Bering Strait Tunnel and a tunnel to connect Japan with Korea.
- Founding of Ultimas Noticias, Spanish language daily newspaper published in Uruguay.
- Start of Paragon House Publishers, a publishing program for ICUS scholars.
- January 3 - Birth of daughter Yeon Jin.
- Founding of The Washington Times newspaper
- Moon is sentenced to 18 months in prison on charges of tax evasion, of which he serves 13 months at the Danbury Correctional facility.
- June 14 - Birth of daughter Jeung Jin.
- July 1 - 2075-Couple Blessing in Madison Square Garden, New York.
- October 14 - 6000-Couple Blessing
- Founding of the Middle East Times, weekly newspaper in the Middle East.
- January 3 - Death of son Heung Jin.
- June 26 - Sun Myung Moon in Washington D.C. at the Hearing on Religious Freedompr148
- July 13 - The Universal Ballet Company gave its "Gala Premiere Performance".
- Founding of the American Constitution Commitee (ACC). Later this becomes the American Freedom Coalition and still later the American Family Coalition (AFC).
- Summit Council for World Peace. This was the precursor to the Federation for World Peace, a forum for former heads of state and sitting heads of government.
- October 30 - 6500-Couple Blessing.
- ↑ CAUSA International Wikipedia
- ↑ Report on the International Highway Project Vinh Lequang, Walter Morauf, and Bruno Cartier, March 1987
- ↑ Ultimas Noticias website
- ↑ Website of Paragon House Publishers for ICUS scholars
- ↑ Website of The Washington Times
- ↑ REVEREND SUN MYUNG MOON SPEAKS ON 5TH SUMMIT COUNCIL FOR WORLD PEACE FOUNDER'S ADDRESS, August 22, 1992 Seoul, Korea
- ↑ Segye Times website
- ↑ Sun Moon University website