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“Since the (Vatican-China) deal was reached, things have gone from bad to worse for Catholics in China,” said a women's rights advocate
The Vatican-China agreement was first signed in September 2018 and then renewed for another two years in October 2020
Pope Francis led a years-long effort to build ties with China and in 2018 the Holy See reached a two-year agreement with Beijing
Cardinal Joseph Zen's arrest comes during a crackdown by Beijing on dissent in Hong Kong
The Holy See first signed the provisional agreement with China in September 2018
The report said that all religions, including the state-controlled ones, have suffered from "aggressive repression on religious freedom"
The pope sent a condolence telegram to China’s President Xi Jinping on March 22 after China Eastern Airlines Flight MU5735 crashed on Monday
The activist appealed to Pope Francis “to reassure us that the Vatican will retain diplomatic relations with Taiwan"
Pope Francis appointed Father Francis Cui Qingqi as bishop of the Diocese of Hankou/Wuhan on June 23
Father Giuseppe Cui Qingqi will be ordained bishop at "8:08" in the morning at the Cathedral of St. Joseph in Hankou, Wuhan
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