Chinese Party-State Tightens Noose on Religion
Frustrated with the failure of his pleas to Pope Francis, Hong Kong cardinal takes his message to Washington
February 13, 2020
Under new rules, the Chinese Communist Party will have a say in various aspects of religious life, managing funds and selecting of leaders and staff
February 6, 2020
New rules aim to deprive bishops and priests of their position and bring the Church under CCP control, leaders say
February 3, 2020
Regulations aim to end bad customs and establish scientific, civilized and economical funerals
February 3, 2020
Re-elected Tsai Ing-wen sends a letter accusing Beijing of suppression and abuses of power
January 23, 2020
A fresh batch of laws takes aim at some 6 million Catholics and as many as 30 million Protestants, who won't bow to Beijing
January 20, 2020
The Communist Party’s 10,000-character paper co-opts traditional beliefs as its war against religion escalates
January 7, 2020
Nine-year sentence for outspoken Wang Yi is seen as a warning to underground religious communities
January 3, 2020
New measures aim to ensure religious groups implement total submission to the Chinese Communist Party
January 3, 2020
Attendants criticize the event as politically motivated and far from a true theological discussion
November 21, 2019
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