China ordination raises tensions with Vatican

Jul 4, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Las Vegas Sun

Pope Benedict XVI is "deeply saddened" by the ordination of a bishop in China without his approval, the Vatican said Monday, attacking the latest unilateral act by China's state-controlled Catholic church in its standoff with Rome.

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Spremberg, Germany

#1 Jul 5, 2011
I protest. Why were this man excommunicated? There are so many war criminals, genocides who are responsible for mass murderers and who think that they are Christians from usa, britaín, why were they not excommunicated? What is it?
Besides God will judge everybody together with all Church´s officials. We are all just like small children for God and He does not regard us as presidents or Popes or well educated or bad educated people. He will judge us from our whole life.

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