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23 new priests ordained in South Korea’s Archdiocese of Seoul

The ordination of missionaries is a sign that the Church in Korea has become a "giving Church” from being a “receiving Church”

Seoul archbishop reiterates commitment to peace on Korean peninsula

South Korean government expressed its appreciation for the efforts of the Archdiocese of Seoul in providing humanitarian aid to North Korea

Pope Francis appoints new archbishop for Seoul

Bishop Peter Chung Soon-Taick, a member of the Order of Discalced Carmelites, has been an auxiliary bishop of Seoul since December 2013

Pope Francis thanks South Korea’s bishops for US$1M COVID-19 vaccine donation

The collection of funds to help pay for COVID-19 vaccines in poor countries is part of the Church in South Korea’s activities for its jubilee

Korea’s church leaders back anti-discrimination bill, say ‘no’ to same-sex marriage

Bishops also warn against what they described as ‘reverse discrimination’ from legislation

South Korean leader lauds Catholic Church’s support in battling pandemic

President Moon Jae-in also asks Church to be a role model in curbing transmissions

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