China: episcopal ordinations show progress, but underground Catholics remain cautious
CWN - July 26, 2010
The ordination of several new Chinese bishops, approved by both the Vatican and the Beijing regime, have been highlighted in Rome as signs of progress toward genuine religious freedom in China. But Chinese Catholics-- especially those of the "underground" Church-- remain acutely aware of the limitations on that freedom, notes Sandro Magister of L'Espresso.
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