The Truth about What’s Going On in Hong Kong

The Truth about What’s Going On in Hong Kong

This short first-hand video says what 4-second news bytes in the U.S. don’t.  See for yourself how desperate is the fight for freedom in Hong Kong, these clips taken yesterday—August 13, 2019—in Hong Kong’s International airport.  Live proof, sadly, that all the Catholic and papal condemnations of communism throughout history are more than justified.  See…
Catholics march for peace in Hong Kong as unrest continues

Catholics march for peace in Hong Kong as unrest continues

13 Aug 2019—Protestors are at Hong Kong airport again today leading to another potential day of chaos. Large protests started in response to a proposed extradition bill, which has now been suspended, but have evolved into a more demanding pro-democracy movement. Meanwhile, over 1,000 Catholics have marched for peace in the city as mass unrest…
Communism v Catholicism: Religion is a big factor on Hong Kong’s streets

Communism v Catholicism: Religion is a big factor on Hong Kong’s streets

Less than 2 months ago, June 19, 2019, this article was posted in the South China Post—Hong Kong: Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam faced the public on Tuesday evening and apologized just days after two million people marched against her extradition bill, many of them calling for her resignation. But on Monday, Lam took…
Seal of confession is an ‘intrinsic requirement,’ Vatican says

Seal of confession is an ‘intrinsic requirement,’ Vatican says

The head of the Vatican’s Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Penitentiary released a note Monday reaffirming the inviolability of the seal of confession and the importance of other forms of secrecy in the life of the Church. The text follows action by governments in Australia, California, and other parts of the world, to undermine the…
Catholic leaders join massive Hong Kong protest

Catholic leaders join massive Hong Kong protest

New York Times—June 17, 2019—Church leaders attended another huge Hong Kong protest that called for the withdrawal of a controversial extradition bill and the resignation of the Chinese territory’s leader. Although chief executive Carrie Lam announced on June 15 that she had suspended the bill, Hong Kong people were not satisfied and turned out in even greater…