Cardinal Zen said on Friday that the massacre may “gradually go far from us, but it seems to reappear before our eyes.”
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COMMENTARY: The Myanmar cardinal has shown he isn’t afraid of repercussions when speaking out against the repressive Chinese regime.
The Vatican announced Father Chow’s appointment on May 17, more than two years after the death of Bishop Michael Yeung Ming-cheung left Hong Kong without a permanent bishop.
Despite official censure, British Catholic parliamentarian continues to speak out.
The Catholic pro-democracy activist, who is the founder of the Apple Daily media group, was sentenced today for his participation in two demonstrations in 2019.
As the Vatican’s gambit appears to falter, Western nations take action; opportunities for laity abound.
Human-rights advocates who spoke with the Register painted a picture of an emboldened Chinese regime, led by President Xi Jinping, that is bent on suppressing any and all dissent.
COMMENTARY: The Chinese Communist Party remains determined to extinguish the Catholic faith — over time.
Bishop James Su Zhimin of the Diocese of Baoding was arrested by Chinese authorities in 1997 and was last seen by family at a hospital in 2003 while he was in government custody.
Noted the U.S. report’s summary, ‘It is vital that our foreign policy prioritizes the promotion of universal human rights.’