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Historic talks between Vatican and Beijing could unify the Church in China but critics say a deal with an atheist government would ‘betray Christ’

The Church has faced state interference with bishop appointments long before China – now is not the moment to bow to political pressure

Church bombed as tensions between state military and ethnic groups in northern Burma escalate

The demonstration followed protests by hardline Muslims against the city’s minority Christian governor

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

The cardinal said if the Vatican cannot get a ‘good deal’ from the Chinese government then it must walk away from negotiations

If the Church in China accept state-appointed bishops, it would damage the Church and confuse the faithful

Fr Dong Guanhua offered to ordain others without the Pope’s mandate

Cardinal Zen said the Vatican’s plan would be a ‘surrender’