Tag Archives: Christian Persecution

What’s happening to Catholics in China?

From Fr.Z’s blog: The Vatican changed its stance toward the Church’s presence in China.  What fruits have come from this change? The following piece has lots of photos at the original page, which you can visit. From Bitter Winter: Xi Jinping … Continue reading

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Christians Massacred, Media Look the Other Way

By Giulio Meotti, Cultural Editor for Il Foglio: “In the same week as the awful attack on the mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand… more than two hundred Christians were killed in Nigeria. There was hardly any mention of the latter … Continue reading

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Rebuilding Hope: Iraqi Priests Reflect on the Future of Christians in the Region

By Lauretta Brown at the National Catholic Register:   Catholic priests in Iraq face a “very complicated” situation in shepherding their beleaguered flocks in a region devastated by war and genocide. Three shepherds spoke to the Register this week during … Continue reading

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Guidelines for the clergy in China

  Hong Kong (AsiaNews) Fr Sergio Ticozzi, a missionary with the Pontifical Institute for Foreign Missions (PIME) in Hong Kong and China for over 40 years, has reacted to the release of the Pastoral guidelines of the Holy See concerning … Continue reading

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Funeral Held for Eight Christians Killed in Easter Procession in Nigeria 

Off-duty officer rams car into celebration of Resurrection. April 29, 2019 By the Nigeria Correspondent of Morning Star News: Hundreds of family members and sympathizers on Saturday (April 27) attended a funeral in northeastern Nigeria for eight young Christians, six of them … Continue reading

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