Conference maps out new vision for the Church in China

A daylong conference at Rome's Pontifical Urbanian University May 21 commemorated the 100th anniversary of the Council of the Chinese Catholic Church and kept returning to one of the council's key points: helping the Catholic community in China transition from being a

Missionary hopes stability will follow Taiwanese elections

Taiwanese Vice President Lai Ching-te, known as William Lai, who opposes Chinese control of Taiwan, won the island democracy's Jan. 13 presidential election, widely watched for its international implications.

Taiwan's Catholic bishops did not comment on the election, but Maryknoll Father Joyalito "Joy"

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