As a country of 1.4 billion people rose from poverty, self-isolation and political chaos to become much more prosperous, globalized, and influential on the world stage, China has also experienced a re-blossoming of its religious life — including Catholic life. Among ordinary Catholics, religious practice is flourishing and evolving in a variety of fascinating ways, as the Chinese Catholics find their place in the larger Catholic world and discern how to respond to so many changes in Chinese society.
Meanwhile, in a remote river valley near the borders of Tibet and Burma, minority peoples in a chain of villages continue to practice a unique form of Catholicism that honors the legacy of French missionaries who introduced the faith to them in the 19th and 20th centuries.
- Why China may want to repair its fraught relations with the Vatican - The Conversation - March 3, 2017
- Easter in China: rebirth in a Tibetan Catholic village - South China Morning Post - April 5, 2015