China

A sweeping campaign against house churches in China is sending leaders to prison and forcing many faithful Christians underground

"Shouwang and Early Rain are two high-profile examples of China’s renewed crackdown on unregistered churches, just one part of the Chinese government’s campaign to 'sinicize' religion, which means to reshape religion so that it supports the ideology of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)." - World

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This Communist regime’s persecution against the church is a greatly wicked, unlawful action

"...a deal that empowers the Chinese Communist party in its efforts to make the Church an instrument of the state."

"[T]he Vatican, ...now appears to be on the verge of repeating its mistake by completing a deal with the government of the People’s Republic of China, on the 85th anniversary of the Reichskonkordat." - National Review

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