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February 08, 2021
CNA Staff, Feb 4, 2021 / 12:02 am MT (CNA).- A Catholic lawyer who helped found the pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong has been nominated to receive the Nobel Peace Prize.
July 06, 2020
The questions journalists have now, are: “What made Pope Francis not say the thing?” and “What does this tell us about both the Vatican’s China policy and who has the Pope’s ear in these and other regards?”
July 01, 2020
Zen said that he had "no confidence" in religious freedom protections in the new security law.
June 25, 2020
Cardinal John Tong Hon, the apostolic administrator of the Diocese of Hong Kong, has rejected concerns over new security laws imposed by Beijing
February 14, 2020
The growing threat of the coronavirus has forced Catholic officials in Hong Kong to suspend all church activities from February 15 to 28, including Sunday and Ash Wednesday Masses. Ucanews.com reported that Cardinal John Tong, apostolic administrator of Hong Kong, said the “disappointing” decision had been made “because the next two weeks will be a
March 23, 2018
'When both parties take a further step, we will find ourselves getting closer and closer to each other, and becoming friends on the path to the truth'
February 20, 2018
The petition has been signed by over 1,000 people
February 13, 2018
An open letter also said the deal could lead to 'schism'
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