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News reports suggest that the Vatican and China could reach an agreement on the appointment of Chinese Catholic religious officials.
The goal is to end the split between state-controlled Catholic churches and so-called “underground” churches that obey the Pope.
Francesco Sisci, a former Italian diplomat, is now a researcher at China Renmin University.
He said a deal does not hurt the principles of the Holy See, the government of the Catholic Church in the Vatican.
Zen said Su had been in the hands of the Chinese government for more than 20 years.
“Accepting their [China’s] refusal is like kneeling down to them from the outset,” he said. However, supporters of the effort to improve ties do not agree.
He wrote that the talks with Chinese officials would only give control of the Catholic Church in China to the government.The Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera reported earlier this week that a Chinese delegation would visit Rome next month.Among those in the delegation would be China’s deputy foreign minister.place on the web for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender people in New Jersey.More than 4000 people visit every week for up-to-the-minute information about our community in the Garden State.