The charred remains of a van which had been commandeered by protesters and set alight on November 15, used as a barricade on No 2 Bridge, leading to the Chinese University of Hong Kong, on November 16.
Posted in Hong Kong

Urgent Appeal from the Colloquium of Six Religious Leaders of Hong Kong on the rapid escalation of confrontation at Hong Kong Polytechnic University

We, the Colloquium of Six Religious Leaders of Hong Kong, issued a joint statement on…

Related articles
Solve fundamental issues to end protests Bishop Ha urges

Bishop Ha thanking frontliners in the fight against Covid-19 via a video message. Photo: Screenshot/The Diocesan Pastoral Commission for Marriage Read more

Hong Kong government urged to stop arrests
Protestors in black fill all the lanes of Hennessy Road in Causeway Bay, during the massive annual July 1 protest rally in 2019.

HONG KONG (SE): The diocesan Justice and Peace Commission issued a statement on April 18 demanding the Hong Kong government to Read more

Rights groups protest arrest of Hong Kong democracy advocates

HONG KONG (UCAN): Hong Kong’s Civil Human Rights Front (CHRF), reiterated its determination to work for democracy after police arrested Read more

Cleaners ill equipped to clear up tear gas residue survey finds
The Catholic Commission for Labour Affairs released a survey report on the protection of outsourced workers assigned to remove tear gas residue during a press conference on January 16.

HONG KONG (SE): The Catholic Commission for Labour Affairs pointed out in a survey that the majority of street cleaners Read more

Posted in Hong Kong

“But for you who fear my name, the sun of justice will arise with healing…

Related articles
Mass for Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Hong Kong, livestream, August 9, 9.30am (GMT +8)

Broadcast from the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception

Domestic worker nominated for Spirit of Hong Kong Award
Rodelia Villar

HONG KONG (SE): Rodelia Pedro Villar, a regular contributor to the Sunday Examiner and a 42-year-old Filipino domestic worker who Read more

Church leaders agree on the need to reach out
Parishioners from Mother of Christ Church, Sheung Shui, distribute daily necessities to the needy in March this year.

HONG KONG (SE): As the Vatican released The pastoral conversion of the Parish community in the service of the evangelising Read more

On Christian mediation

An interview with Columban Father Tommy Murphy Q A Having been the spiritual  advisor of the World Community for Christian Read more

Appeal from the Colloquium of Six Religious Leaders of Hong Kong regarding the outbreak of novel coronavirus
high-raise buildings

Click to download PDF here With the speedy dispersion of coronavirus confirmed case in July, much disturbance has caused to Read more

Posted in International

Bishop Ha and other prominent figures call for restraint at Polytechnic University

Attempts to open up dialogue brushed off by police on multiple occasions HONG KONG (RTHK):…

Related articles
Call to work for nuclear disarmament from United States and Japanese bishops
One of China’s Dongfeng-41 intercontinental strategic nuclear missiles on during a National Day parade on 1 October 2019 . Photo: CNS/Reuters

CLEVELAND (CNS): The path to true peace requires the world to abolish nuclear weapons, Bishop David J. Malloy of Rockford, Read more

Attack on Managua cathedral denounced
The Blood of Christ Chapel at the cathedral in Managua, Nicaragua, on July, after it was severely damaged in an arson attack. Photo: CNS/Reuters

MEXICO (CNS): The Nicaraguan Bishops’ Conference called an arson attack on the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Managua “an Read more

Nearly one-third of Brazil’s bishops sign letter critical of government
A demonstrator wearing a protective face shield and mask holds up a banner during a protest against Brazilian president, Jair Bolsonaro, in Sao Paulo July 26,. The banner reads “Out Bolsonaro, elections now!” Photo: CNS/Reuters

SAO PAULO (CNS): “Closing its eyes to the appeals of national and international entities, the federal government demonstrates omission, apathy Read more

Democracy could be victim of pandemic Jesuit superior warns
Rescued migrants line up to be checked by United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees workers upon their arrival in Valletta, Malta, on July 27. Photo: CNS/Reuters

VATICAN (CNS): Human lives and jobs are not the only things threatened by the Covid-19 coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2)  pandemic: Father Arturo Read more

German abbess on trial for sheltering refugees

DUBLIN (CNS): Michael Cardinal Czerny, the Vatican’s point man on migrants, voiced support for Mother Mechthild Thurmer, the abbess of Read more