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.


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From Executive Director Fr.Rob Carbonneau 

News on Vatican-China Relationships:

Panel Discussion: "Christianity in China: Globalization and Localization"

Between July 11-12, 2016, Fr. Rob attended a conference at UC San Diego. 

Learn more! Click below on information in RED  

June 12 to 25, 2017

Come and experience the Joy of the Gospel in China!

Join the US Catholic China Bureau for a great opportunity 
to learn Chinese culture and visit Chinese Catholic sites. 

Click here on: details for more info.
To make a reservation, please click on following red link 
to submit an application. 

Contact us at director@uscatholicchina.org or 510-900-2015 for any question. 

Upcoming Events & News

US Catholic China Bureau is offering a China study tour during June 12 to 25, 2017. To reserve a spot, please fill out an application and submit it to us as soon as possible.

Save the Date: 27th U.S. Catholic China Bureau National Conference

August 11-13, 2017
St. John's University, Jamaica, Queens, New York City
“Experience of the China Church in the 21st Century.” 

All who are interested in better understanding the Catholic Church in China are welcome to this conference. Offered will be informative key note presentations and panels by Chinese priests and sisters and laity. Additional participants will include priests, sisters, brothers, pastoral ministers and laity concerned with the China church. Included as well will be ecumenical and academic voices. Topics to be addressed will be the vibrancy of the Catholic Church communities and the challenges and opportunities in contemporary China. Among the objectives are to engage and inform all participants with shared understanding and knowledge about Christianity in China through networking and building spiritual friendships. 

Please contact us
 at staff@uscatholicchina.org or (510) 900-2015  for more info; details are forthcoming.

AITECE, a Hong Kong based organization, is looking for foreign teachers and experts of English as well as other academic fields for the universities and colleges in China. Read a college student's experience: 1) Why China? and 2) Five Things Learned from Living in China

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