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The “grandest church in the Far East” is in the heart of Catholic China

Shanghai's St. Ignatius Cathedral was established by French Jesuits.

China’s divided faithful unite to convert abandoned factory into a house of worship

The churches of China come full circle: from church, to factory, to church.

China agrees to White House demand to end fentanyl exports to U.S.

Move comes amid growing crisis of opioid overdose deaths

Oldest living Maryknoll Sister, who survived Chinese imprisonment and earthquakes, dies at 104

Sister Mary Paulita Hoffman was a nun for 85 years and spent her adult life in China and Taiwan

Couples in China finally get to have their wedding photo shoot … 50 years later (Video)

The Cultural Revolution banned wedding photos, but a charity is now helping older couples capture their love.

Pollution kills in China

Toxic air causes more than a million premature deaths a year.

There are 2,158 billionaires in the world—and they’re getting richer

The United Bank of Switzerland (UBS) and PricewaterhouseCooopers (PwC) report that their wealth grew by 19 percent last year.

2 Chinese bishops could attend the upcoming synod on youth

This would be the first time that China has ever given permission for its prelates to attend a synod

Pope writes explanation in wake of new accord with China on bishops

Asks for trust in the Church's discernment of God's will

China tightens religious restrictions, bans internet evangelization

The country with the highest internet usage has the most regulations.

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