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Bishop of Hong Kong: ‘Bridge church’ challenged to connect diverse parts
Bishop Chow said many Catholics “appreciate what [Pope Francis] is doing for the Church in China”
Hong Kong police seize Tiananmen massacre sculpture as evidence in ‘subversion’...
Danish sculptor Jens Galschiøt, who created the monument, said he is considering legal action to have his property returned to him
Hong Kong bishop makes historic visit to China for first time...
Bishop Chow’s trip comes after Bishop Joseph Shen Bin of Haimen was appointed as the new bishop of Shanghai by the Chinese Bishops’ Council
Cardinal Zen, Jimmy Lai of Hong Kong nominated for Nobel Peace...
Other Catholic pro-democracy organizers in Hong Kong have been recognized for their work in recent years
Cardinal Zen of Hong Kong hospitalized after Pope Benedict XVI’s funeral
The cardinal wrote on his blog on January 31 that he is receiving treatment in the hospital after experiencing difficulty breathing
Cardinal Zen of Hong Kong appeals conviction￼
The cardinal was convicted for failing to register a fund that helped pay for the legal fees and medical treatments of protesters
Hong Kong court convicts Cardinal Zen and five other democracy advocates
The ruling in Cardinal Zen’s trial can be seen as “a prelude to more legal troubles"
Verdict in Cardinal Zen’s trial expected on November 25
The verdict in the trial is expected to be handed down on November 25
Hong Kong bishop calls on Beijing to clarify ‘red lines’ of...
Bishop Chow assured that the Church “has not remained idle” in the face of challenges
School pressure leads to suicides among young people in Hong Kong
Pressure from school and the growing competitiveness among young people are triggers for suicides among the youth in Hong Kong