I invite all those of good will to pray for their safety and that justice may prevail.”
The bishop emeritus of Hong Kong was arrested with four others Wednesday for ‘collusion with foreign forces’ and has since been released on bail.
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“In America, the First Amendment is a guard against censorship and religious hostility. In the retail market, the consumer can decide to patronize stores that recognize Christmas and avoid those that profit from Christmas while pretending it does not exist.”
“Nearly seven million Venezuelans have emigrated; particularly young people are forced to leave the country.”
“While the party is not detaining mass amounts of Christians as it is the Uyghurs, many Christian leaders have been detained without trial for not following the party’s demands…”
“In the face of such a threat, the Catholic Church could not and does not remain silent. This Apostolic See, above all, has not refrained from raising its voice, for it knows that its proper and social mission is to defend truth, justice and all those eternal values which Communism ignores or attacks.”
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Cardinal Joseph Zen Ze-kiun, bishop emeritus of Hong Kong, has warned that Lai’s arrest shows a rise in “political intimidation” against journalists in Hong Kong.
An estimated 1-3 million Uyghurs, Kazarks and other Turkic ethnic minorities are being held in “reeducation camps” for arbitrary reasons as simple as growing a beard, wearing a veil, or having a home with a “dense religious atmosphere.”
“Living in the truth sometimes comes at a high price, but it makes us internally free, beyond all external coercion.”