Thomas Law Kwok Fai, a priest, conducts Mass streamed online for people to mark the second Sunday of Lent, after the Roman Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong temporarily suspended public masses at churches, following the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Hong Kong, China, 7 March 2020 (Photo: Reuters/Tyrone Siu).

Author: Fredrik Fällman, University of Gothenburg 2020 ended on a sad note for China–Vatican relations. News emerged on 30 December that two nuns from the unofficial Vatican office in Hong Kong were detained for three weeks in Hebei in May 2020. They were not allowed to return to Hong Kong and likely remain under house […]

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