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The Dalai Lama said on Friday he was sorry he could not see Pope Benedict during a 10-day visit to Italy in which most politicians have shied away from meeting him...
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Location: Greenland
Subject: china communists continue crushing china catholics
Dec 09 2007 11:44 PM

The world cannot continue ignoring the cruel persecution of 12 million Catholics in communist china, which has been increased in the past months with new kidnappings of bishops, priests and worshipers. The time has come to voice our support in favor of these persecuted brothers, live martyrs of the third millenium", Quoting recent reports of the Vatican agency Fides and of Cardinal Kung Foundation, mention as examples of the particularly painful religious persecution in china, the detention at the beginning of April, of the elderly Bishop of Peking, Monsignor Mathias Pei, 82 year old, and of Bishop of Hebei, Monsignor Shi Enxiang, 79 years old, whom has spent 30 years of his life in communist jails. In addition to these victims are many young priests and lay men and women like Father Li Jiambo, 34 years old, and Father Lu Genjun, 39 years old. Fides points out that at least 10 bishops from the Church of Silence are imprisoned, remain kidnapped in unknown locations or are under house arrest. "A mobilization of billion Catholic worshipers in the entire world, firmly demanding of the chinese embassies in the respective countries; of all means of communication; of governments; and of human rights organizations are capable of creating an international climate that will make it difficult for the persecution in china to continue

Location: northam
Subject: why
Dec 09 2007 03:59 AM

Pope should be sorry instead.
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