Time for a sober assessment of the agreement. While it would be excessive to state that all Chinese Catholics oppose it, its application is problematic, dissident priests are persecuted, and underlying theological issues on religious liberty remains unsolved.
The story of a German priest who became a key figure in the Catholic missions to Shandong before being killed in 1945.
The exemplary tale of a seventy-year old house church in Xiamen, Fujian, whose glorious existence was brutally terminated by the CCP.
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After a long resistance, a final crackdown has ended 25 years of history of one of the largest house church congregations in China.
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