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Hong Kong cardinal brings message of Church in China to Boston

From Mike Humphrey, Web Administrator of AskACatholic:

Because of my strong interest and desire to see the downfall of Communist China and future freedom of our fellow Chinese Catholics to worship as they please, I wanted to share with you updates on the current situation in China.

Let's all pray that all Chinese Catholics will be able to worship in freedom soon and for the down fall of their dictator, not president: Hu Jintao.

As I find future updates I will post them here. If you find related articles, please e-mail them to me.

Hong Kong Cardinal brings message of Church in China to Boston
By Justin Bell and Gregory L. Tracy
Posted July 22, 2011

Hong Kong cardinal brings message of Church in China to Boston  
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By John Thavis
Posted July 22, 2011

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