The sanctuary of Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Henan and a myriad of Catholic churches across the country have been harassed by the Chinese regime.
In Communist China, where the law is used to abuse power, those with the right connections can get away with murder in broad daylight.
While Buddhist and Taoist temples are being destroyed and closed down every day, places of worship dedicated to China’s Communist Party leaders are thriving.
In the name of resisting “foreign religious infiltration,” the CCP prevents believers from going abroad and having any contact with overseas groups or individuals.
The CCP deploys all possible means to reduce the number of Three-Self churches, forcing congregations to sign handover agreements and manipulating them otherwise.
For the CCP, it’s not enough to replace the Ten Commandments with the president’s portraits and quotations. It is now mandatory for believers to study his work.
Since the first day of the new semester, the CCP has been intensifying patriotic education and anti-religious propaganda in primary and secondary schools.
CCP intensifies its campaign to eradicate places of worship that don’t belong to the official Three-Self Church. Bibles destroyed, assets seized, believers arrested.
Violating ownership rights, authorities forced residents in a Henan Province village to give away their homes, without providing new housing or compensation.