China

 A woman prays during Holy Thursday Mass March 29 at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Beijing. (CNS photo/Damir Sagolj, Reuters)
Michael Ryan May 08, 2018
In Poland, the church created the space for people to breathe—physically, intellectually and spiritually.
In this March 31, 2018, file photo, Chinese acolytes pray during a Holy Saturday Mass on the evening before Easter at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, a government-sanctioned Catholic church in Beijing. (AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein, File)
Verna Yu May 01, 2018
The Chinese Communist Party sees young people turning to religion as an alarming trend.
Catholic News Service April 19, 2018
A clampdown on religious freedom has intensified in the province in recent months.
It also highlights how high-level deliberations in the marble-columned splendor of the Vatican City and in Beijing's walled leadership compound could have reverberations in places like rural Saiqi for generations to come.
A girl reads a Bible during Mass in the state-approved Xuanwumen Catholic Church in Bejing, China, in December 2016. (CNS photo/How Hwee Young, EPA) 
Gerard O’Connell March 28, 2018
The bishop emeritus of Hong Kong said, “Pope Francis promotes the Holy See’s negotiations with China for the good of the church, to bring something good to the church and to the whole of humanity.”
The AsiaNews agency said Mindong Bishop Vincent Guo Xijin and his chancellor were taken away Monday, at the start of Holy Week.