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2021, No. 3

News Update on Religion and Church in China
March 16 – July 6, 2021 PDF

Y. Franklin Ishida
Christian Life among the Lisu in Yunnan Province PDF

Leopold Leeb
Book Review of: Gail King, “A Model for all Christian Women”. Candida Xu, a Chinese Christian Woman of the Seventeenth Century, Collectanea Serica, New Series 2, Abingdon, Oxon – New York – Sankt Augustin: Routledge – Monumenta Serica Institute 2021 PDF

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2014, No. 4

News Update on Religion and Church in China
June 29 – October 15, 2014 PDF

Barbara Darimont
Social Security in the P.R. China – Exemplified by Urban and Rural Health Insurance PDF

Renée Rentke
Between Greed for Gain and Altruism – Concrete Examples of Social Security in Rural Areas PDF

Paul Li Haiyan
How the Social Systems Impact the Church (Especially the Priests and Sisters) – Using Hongdong Diocese as an Example PDF

2014, No. 3

News Update on Religion and Church in China
April 3 – June 29, 2014 PDF

Sr. Clare Zhang Jiaqin
Present Situation and Future Development of Sisters’ Congregations in China PDF

2014, No. 2

News Update on Religion and Church in China
December 1, 2013 – March 19, 2014 PDF

Katharina Wenzel-Teuber
2013 Statistical Update on Religions and Churches in the People’s Republic of China PDF

Bianca Horlemann
Xixiang, a Historic Catholic Mission Station in Northwest China PDF

2014, No. 1

News Update on Religion and Church in China
September 1 – November 24, 2013 PDF

Zhuo Xinping
Relationship between Religion and State in the People’s Republic of China PDF

Katharina Wenzel-Teuber
International Conference “Catholicism and China: Dialogue, Inculturation and Responsibility” in Hong Kong PDF

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