The Catholic Church in China has been developing a lot since China’s economic and social reforms began in 1978. The Catholic Church makes many contributions to society and has a good reputation. These positive results are inseparable from the contributions of the Sisters, the religious women dedicated to service everywhere in China. Women religious participate in a wide variety of service activities, including giving comfort and support after earthquakes, helping to spread information to prevent HIV/AIDS, offering inexpensive medical treatment, visiting the sick, poor and elderly. Religious women live and proclaim the Gospel to society especially in the social service area. It is largely the Sisters’ loving service which makes the Church relevant to society, embodying the image of Christ for a generation of young non-believers, counteracting atheistic propaganda. Through their loving service, they make God’s love visible.