In China, 20,000 baptized at Easter; government alarmed by Church growth [CC]


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“An estimated 20,000 people were baptized on Easter night” in China, the AsiaNews service reports.Despite the disapproval of the Communist regime, converts continue to enter …

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:thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:


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This is good news. :slight_smile:


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To the ends of the Earth!


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:thumbsup:

I wonder if this includes Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan…
Great to see more people in Mainland China becoming exposed to Catholicism! :slight_smile:


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This is great to hear, but why would the Govt be alarmed or worried about this?

I dont think a major rise in Christian figures would alarm our Govt here in the US, I mean, we already have millions here, yet there has been no uprisings or other problems…??


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because it is China! have you ever heard of communism?


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Praise God!:cool:


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Maybe it will turn out to be like the rise of Christianity in the Roman Empire…


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China is communist and HATES Christianity. That is why the church there has to meet in secret.


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For some reason, I thought the Catholic Church was not allowed in China.

Anyways, this is great news! God is at work in that country.


#12

This is awesome news!

That said, one part of the article was a bit confusing. It seemed to state that Protestant Christianity is growing faster than Catholicism in China. Is that true?


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