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Governments urged to recognize, empower mass movements
Forgetting the lessons of past struggles would mean “normalizing, accepting, and ultimately repeating past abuses”
Bishop of Hong Kong: ‘Bridge church’ challenged to connect diverse parts
Bishop Chow said many Catholics “appreciate what [Pope Francis] is doing for the Church in China”
Hong Kong police seize Tiananmen massacre sculpture as evidence in ‘subversion’...
Danish sculptor Jens Galschiøt, who created the monument, said he is considering legal action to have his property returned to him
Shutdown of Jimmy Lai filmmaker’s TikTok account reversed after censorship outcry
Lai is a 75-year-old media tycoon, Catholic convert, and outspoken pro-democracy activist in Hong Kong
Loving our country or what?
"Let the Holy Spirit teach us to love our country and our Church at the same time!"
Hong Kong Catholic bishop invites prelate of Beijing for a visit
Bishop Chow expressed hope for "more intense collaboration and exchanges in the communion of love"
Hong Kong bishop makes historic visit to China for first time...
Bishop Chow’s trip comes after Bishop Joseph Shen Bin of Haimen was appointed as the new bishop of Shanghai by the Chinese Bishops’ Council
American archbishop holds Holy Hour for Cardinal Zen, Jimmy Lai, and...
Archbishop Cordileone has continuously called for prayer for the people of China and Hong Kong
Maryknoll nun who edited China Bridge, Alice Maureen Corr, dies
She was 90 years old and had been a Maryknoll Sister for 63 years
Hong Kong Catholic bishop to visit Beijing in April
It will be the first time since 1985, when Hong Kong was still a British colony, that a bishop from the region would visit Beijing