China's Catholic Parishes Rattled by Prospect of More Control From Beijing

By wsj.com
2018.02.15. 01:15
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An emerging rapprochement between the Vatican and Beijing is unsettling communities of Chinese Catholics and increasing pressure on them to join the government-backed church after decades of resistance.



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