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Bishop Ma Daqin and Chinese Catholics pray for the unity of the Church in China
Placed under house arrest, the auxiliary bishop of Shanghai interacts with the faithful through the social network Weibo and his blog. Across the country, Catholics organize charitable activities and prayer vigils.
29/04/2013 CHINA - VATICAN
Msgr. Jin Luxian’s funeral without Bishop Ma Daqin
More than 1,000 faithful and 60 priests take part in the liturgy held in the cathedral. Celebrated by a priest. The successor bishop, Msgr. Ma Daqin was prevented from participating. After months of isolation in Sheshan, he was transferred to Beijing for "studies". For the Holy See he is the successor of Mgr. Jin. May 2, there will be civil funeral.
Haimen diocese to pray for Church unity in China
The new bishop, Mgr Shen Bin, 41, was ordained two months ago. Clergy and nuns meet in prayer to mark the end of the Year for Priests, pray for Church unity in China and strengthen the faith. The diocese is preparing to launch its first summer youth camp, which is open to non-Catholics.
25/05/2010 CHINA - VATICAN
Our Lady of Sheshan, persecution and division
Chinese Catholics at home and around the world prayed for the Church in China, according to the intention laid out by Benedict XVI in his letter of June 2007. The shrine is a place of encounter between underground and official Christians, the government continues to prohibit pilgrimages. Unity in truth for the Church in China and in relations between Beijing and the Vatican.
24/05/2010 CHINA - VATICAN
At Sheshan and throughout China we pray for unity and priestly vocations
The World Day of Prayer for the Church in China, decreed by Benedict XVI, official and underground Catholics pray for greater unity between communities and for a solution to the relationship between China and Vatican soon. Moreover they pray for strength for the young, bishops and faithful to evangelize the continent, which is increasingly thirsty for God
23/05/2011 VATICAN - CHINA
Sheshan: Beijing’s war and the Pope’s “battle”
Every year, the Sheshan shrine is transformed into a battlefield: police, checkpoints, cameras, metal detectors, to crush the pope's appeal for the unity of the Church in China, on the World day of prayer for Chinese Catholics. Labour camps,, arrests, bans fail to stop prayer, even in prisons. Attempts to divide the Church and our solidarity.
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