Spreading the Faith where Faith Itself Is Suspect

The New York Time’s Andrew Jacobs chronicles the struggle between the Catholic Church and the Chinese government over control of the church’s leadership in China. According to Jacobs, China, an officially atheist state, and the Vatican are engaging “in an increasingly combative struggle over the appointment of bishops.” “We have to beg the government to do anything,” says Rev. Peter Liu Yongbin, a Chinese Catholic priest.

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