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Diplomatic Issues Not Addressed in China-Vatican Agreement: Report

Poster:Post date:2018-09-19
Catergory:News
Region:(China)
Issue:(Chinese Politics)
(CNA, By Huang Ya-shih and Elizabeth Hsu) An American Jesuit journal revealed that issues on diplomatic relations between China and the Vatican will not be addressed in the China-Vatican agreement. According to the report, the agreement mainly addresses the issue of the nomination of bishops, with both parties having a say over the selection of candidates, but with the Pope making the final decision in the appointment of bishops for the Catholic Church in China. However, the Communist-owned Global Times newspaper reported that the appointment of bishops must receive Beijing's approval and mandated by the Pope. <Accessed 2018-09-20>  
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