Is a deal between the Vatican and China a good thing?

People pray during morning Mass Jan. 30 in Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Beijing. (CNS photo/Roman Pilipey, EPA)People pray during morning Mass Jan. 30 in Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Beijing. (CNS photo/Roman Pilipey, EPA)
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Our Mar. 21 guest is Drew Christiansen, S.J., former editor in chief and president of America. Due to Winter Storm Toby in New York City, this is an all-Jesuit show. Eric Sundrup, S.J. and Sam Sawyer, S.J. join Matt Malone, S.J. to talk about Rev. Christiansen’s latest article: Why the Vatican’s potential deal with China is a good thing

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Fr. Belanger
6 months ago

I enjoyed the podcast and think the coming rapprochement between China and the Holy See is a good thing. However I thought that the opposition to the Vatican's strategy on the part of some Catholics was brushed over. For instance the issue of the repression, imprisonment and even execution of Catholics by Communist China was not brought up. That reality and the corresponding fears deserve a fair treatment.

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