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Hong Kong not to hold Tiananmen memorial Masses amid security law...
Beijing has in recent years tightened control over the island territory and cracked down on dissent
Catholic University awards honorary degree to imprisoned human rights advocate Jimmy...
A devout Catholic and media magnate, Jimmy Lai, 74, of Hong Kong has been arrested numerous times for his pro-democracy activism
China trying to control religion in Hong Kong, says Catholic priest
The priest said many Christian leaders are reluctant to speak out against the CCP’s actions for fear of being detained
Pope Francis’s message to Hong Kong’s Catholics goes viral on social...
The videos, which were posted online with Chinese subtitles, have been viewed thousands of times, less than 24 hours after its release
Religious repression in Hong Kong could soon worsen, Christian cleric warns
The cleric said the Chinese Communist Party appears to be using ideological tactics to chip away at the freedom of religion in Hong Kong
Catholic Hong Kong activist honored at prayer breakfast
Jimmy Lai has been imprisoned for 10 months in Hong Kong, having long supported the pro-democracy movement there
Hong Kong’s new bishop says he wants to bring unity. Why...
The incoming bishop will need to address differences among Catholics in Hong Kong, heightened by varying reactions to the protest movement
‘Prudence,’ ‘dialogue’ is way forward for Church in China, says Hong...
“It is not because I am afraid, but, I think, I believe that prudence is also a virtue,” said Bishop-elect Stephen Chow
Hong Kong’s new bishop expected to ease tension among Catholics
It was seen as a long-delayed appointment that comes amid Sino-Vatican frictions and growing Western concern over human rights