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STATISTICS OF CATHOLIC CHURCH IN CHINA TODAY
AS OF 2014




 
INSIGHTFUL HISTORIC PILGRIMAGE/TOURIST GUIDES TO BEIJING AND SHANGHAI, CHINA

Following the Footsteps






















  • Jeremy Clarke SJ, Catholic Shanghai: A Historical, Practical, and Reflective Guide 
  • Thierry Meynard, SJ, Following the Footsteps of the Jesuits in Beijing: A Guide to the Sites of Jesuit Work and Influence in Beijing

Introducing two books to those—both the general public and the interested scholars—who 
consider taking opportunity to experience the richness and vitality of the Catholic Church in China. In these guides the authors give fascinating overview of the history, life, liturgical practices of the Catholic sites in Shanghai and Beijing. (To find out more about the history of Chinese Catholicism, please contact us at director@uscatholicchina.org or 510-900-2015.)




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US Catholic China Bureau's Mission is to provide resources and information to those who have a serious and professional interest in the Catholic Church in China, the religious situation in China, and the general situation in China. 

 

Since its founding in 1989, the U.S. Catholic China Bureau continues to educate American Catholics about the Catholic Church in China. Supported by a cross-section of Catholic religious congregations, organizations, individuals, friends, Christians and affirmed by U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, the China Bureau further seeks to foster engagement and opportunities for cooperation and service between American Catholics and Chinese Catholics. 




NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENT





A great opportunity to learn Chinese culture and visit Chinese Catholic sites. China Bureau is currently planning for China tour in summer of 2017. 

For additional questions, please contact at director@uscatholicchina.org or 510-900-2015. Thank you!







Fr. Rob, the Executive Director, invite you to a special exhibition at the Asian Art Museum, SF: China at the Center: Rare Ricci and Verbiest World Maps 

March 4 to May 8, 2016
             







A public lecture given by Fr. Robert E. Carbonneau, CP (with a response by Dr. Cattoi) on April 12, 2016 at the Dominican School of Philosophy & Theology, Berkeley.

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