Cardinal Zen
October 22, 2020
The Holy See confirmed a two-year extension of a controversial arrangement with the Chinese government on Thursday.
February 15, 2020
On February 11, Cardinal Joseph Zen, emeritus bishop of Hong Kong met with Congressional leaders on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. After that meeting, the cardinal gave an exclusive interview to CNA in which he discussed the Church in China, the Holy See’s agreement with the Communist regime, and his relationship with Pope Francis and
February 11, 2018
Cardinal Zen has history on his side, and he knows China better than any in the Vatican diplomatic corps
January 30, 2018
The Vatican has implicitly criticised Cardinal Zen's account of the Pope's relations with a Vatican delegation in China
July 28, 2017
A state-run news agency has instructed Chinese journalists to refer to Cardinal Zen as a 'former' bishop
February 22, 2017
Cardinal Zen said the Pope was 'naive' in his pursuit of a deal with Beijing
November 07, 2016
If the Church in China accept state-appointed bishops, it would damage the Church and confuse the faithful
April 05, 2016
If Vatican diplomacy is contemplating a compromise with China it would be a huge defeat for religious liberty
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