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Beijing nuns pray for Olympics

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article39459
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
2008 September
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
2008 September
Volume
134
Issue
7
Page
15
Notes
Photo with caption. "Catholic nuns pray for a smooth and successful Olympics during a service at Beijing's South Cathedral April 20, 2008. China marked the start of the 100-day countdown to the Beijing Olympics with songs, a mass run and even prayers, hoping to put behind it the tumultuous events of the past month, which have taken much of the gloss of preparations. The Olympic Games were in full swing at press time". [Text of entire article.]
Subjects
Summer Olympic Games (29th : 2008 : Beijing, China)
Sports - Religious aspects - Catholic Church
Catholic Church - China
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China may restore ties with Vatican

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article32666
Author
Sison, Marites N.
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
2005 June
Author
Sison, Marites N.
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
2005 June
Volume
131
Issue
6
Page
15
Notes
The same preconditions exist before China will restore diplomatic relations with the Vatican.
Subjects
Catholic Church - China
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Learning from Christians in Wuxi

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Author
Chu, Theresa, 1924-
Publication Date
c1988
Material Type
Book : Paper
Location
U. of T. Libraries
Call Number
BR 1295 W99 1988
Author
Chu, Theresa, 1924-
Place
Toronto ON
Publisher
Canada China Programme, Canadian Council of Churches
Publication Date
c1988
Physical_Description
36 p.: ill. ; 21.5 x 13.5 cm.
Material Type
Book : Paper
Notes
Cover title.
"[By] Theresa Chu".
"Paper cuts in this booklet were produced by Professor He Qi and students at the Nanjing Union Theological Seminary". -- inside front cover.
"This article first appeared in the 'China Study Project Journal', British Council of Churches, in the winter of 1987". -- inside back cover.
"In 1986, I spent five months in China visiting Catholic communities." -- p. 1. "The villages I saw are open, friendly, proud of their Catholic heritage without belittling non-Catholic minorities among them. Faithfulness to God is their top priority, but at the same time, they see goodness beyond themselves. I could not help thinking of some of the principles laid down by the Vatican II Council were to be studied by them, how much more such communities will grow". -- p. 36.
Added Entry
Canadian Council of Churches. Canada China Programme
Subjects
Christianity - China - 20th century
Christians - China
Catholic Church - China
Church and state - China
ISBN
0-9691260-1-8
Call Number
BR 1295 W99 1988
Location
U. of T. Libraries
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Publication Date
1983
Material Type
Book
Location
OTCH
Call Number
BR 1285 N48 1983
Place
[Toronto ON]
Publisher
Canada China Programme of the Canadian Council of Churches
Publication Date
1983
Physical_Description
viii, 186 p. : ill., ports., maps ; 22.5 x 15.4 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Edited by Theresa Chu [and] Christopher Lind".
Added sub-title on cover: An international dialogue with the Chinese Church.
Based on the conference: God's Call to a New Beginning, Montreal, Oct. 2-7, 1981.
"An historic meeting took place in Montreal in 1981. Catholic and Protestant leaders from China met with 150 other Christians from around the world, an unprecedented gathering which launched a new beginning in relationships and understanding. This book draws on the rich resources provided by that momentous occasion, although it is not a day to day conference report". -- Preface, p. i.
Contents divided into five main sections: The People -- Being the Church -- The Chinese Church and International Relations --Epilogue -- Appendix.
Bibliography: p. 178-184.
Contents: Dedication to Dr. Edward H. Johnson -- Preface / Raymond L. Whitehead -- Acknowledgements / Theresa Chu and Christopher Lind -- Introduction / Theresa Chu and Christopher Lind -- The Church in Revolution / Andre Myre -- Response / Tissa Balasuriya, Robert Carbonneau, James G. Endicott, Sebastian Kappen, K.H. Ting, Sergio Torres -- Reconciliation with the People / Chen Zemin -- Response: Jean Charbonnier, David Paton, Masao Takenaka -- Witnessing to Christ by Chinese Catholic Clergy and Laity / Fu Tieshan -- There is Freedom of Religious Belief in New China / Fu Tieshan -- Freedom as Viewed by a Chinese Christian / Shen Yi-fan -- People's Stories : Haiti / Karl Leveque -- Korea / Oh Jae-shik -- Barbados / Nita Barrow -- China / Shen Yifan -- Introduction / Anwar Barkat -- Church Life at the Grassroots / Jiang Peifen -- What New China Means to Me / Kiang Wen-han -- How New China Christians Think Anew Theologically / Shen Yi-fan -- How My Christian Faith Has Been Shaped by My Context / Cynthia McLean -- Reflections of a Chinese Catholic Layman / Lu Weidu -- Contextualization : No Passing Fad / Roger Hutchison -- Response: Tissa Balasuriya, Zhao Fusan, Oh Jae-shik -- People's Theology : Sri Lanka / Tissa Balasuriya -- Philippines / Louie Hechanova -- Chile / Sergio Torres -- China / Jiang Peifen -- Introduction / Theresa Chu and Christopher Lind -- How "Foreign" Was the Christian Church in China ? / Kiang Wen-han -- Colonialism and Missionary Movement / Zhao Fusan -- From Blind Obedience to Independence / Wang Zicheng -- To Have an Independent, Self-Ruled and Self-Managed Church is Our Sacred Right / Tu Shihua --On International Relations of the Chinese Church / Han Wenzao -- Fourteen Points / K.H. Ting -- Difficulties and Prospects / K.H. Ting -- From "Church to the World" to "Church for the World" / Katharine B. Hockin -- Some Personal Reflections on Chinese Society / Paul Lin -- Introduction / Theresa Chu and Christopher Lind -- Reflections on God's Call to a New Beginning / Don McInnis, Nicole Riberdy, Anthony Chang, Joyce Seroke, Zhao Fusan -- Envisioning the New Beginning / Doug Roche, James G. Endicott, David Paton, Edward H. Johnson, Franklin Woo, Tissa Balasuriya.
Appendex includes: Workshop Reports -- List of Participants -- Reports on the Conference by Participants: A Bibliography -- Other Reactions.
Added Entry
A new beginning: an international dialogue with the Chinese Church
Chu, Theresa, 1924-
Lind, Christopher James Langbourne, 1953-2014
God's Call to a New Beginning (1981 : Montreal, Que.)
Canada China Programme
Balasuriya, Tissa, 1924-2013
Barkat, Anwar Masih, d. 1999
Barrow, Nita, 1916-1995
Carbonneau, Robert
Chang, Anthony
Charbonnier, Jean
Chen, Zemin
Endicott, James G. (James Gareth), 1898-1993
Fu, Tieshan
Han, Wenzao
Hechanova, Louie G.
Hockin, Katharine B. (Katharine Boehner), 1910-1993
Hutchinson, Roger, 1935-
Jiang, Peifan
Johnson, Edward Hewlitt (Ted), 1909-1981
Kappen, Sebastian
Kiang, Wen-Han
Leveque, Karl
Lin, Paul
Lu, Weidu
McInnis, Donald
McLean, Cynthia
Myre, Andre
Oh, Jae Shik, 1933-2013
Paton, David Macdonald, 1913-1992
Riberdy, Nicole
Roche, Douglas (Douglas James), 1929-
Seroke, Joyce
Shen, Yifan, 1928-1994
Takenaka, Masao, 1925-2006
Ting, K.H. (Ding Guangxun), 1915-2012
Torres, Sergio
Tu, Shihua
Wang, Zicheng
Woo, Franklin
Zhao, Fusan
Subjects
Christianity - China
Christianity - China - 20th century - Addresses, lectures, etc.
Christians - China
Catholic Church - China
Church and state - China
God's Call to a New Beginning (1981 : Montreal, Que.)
ISBN
0-9691260-0-X
Call Number
BR 1285 N48 1983
Location
OTCH
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New Chapter in the History of Salvation

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article24280
Author
John Paul II, Pope, 1920-2005
Journal
Origins
Date
1998 May 28
Author
John Paul II, Pope, 1920-2005
Journal
Origins
Date
1998 May 28
Volume
28
Issue
2
Page
22-24
Notes
"`We all hope that as the People's Republic of China gradually opens to the rest of the world the church in China will also be permitted to have more contact with the universal church,' Pope John Paul II said in his homily during the May 14 Mass during the Special Assembly of the Synod of Bishops for Asia. In a message directed to Catholics in mainland China, the pope said: `I wish to express once more my affection and tell you how sorry I am that the bishop of Wanxian and his coadjutor could not come to Rome to take part personally in the synod' (see Origins, Vol. 27, pp. 765)."
Subjects
Catholic Church - Asia
Catholic Church. Special Assembly of the Synod of Bishops for Asia
Catholic Church - Bishops - Congresses
Catholic Church - China
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