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A message from our bishop for Pro-Life Day


Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ
 
On May 31, for the first time ever our diocese will celebrate Pro-Life Day. It is my earnest hope that this special day dedicated to promoting respect for human life will become an annual event, as envisioned by Pope St. John Paul II in his encyclical, The Gospel of Life (Evangelium Vitae).
 

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We are a people called to serve

HONG KONG (SE): As he gathered with the priests, deacons, people and religious of his diocese at the Chrism Mass on the morning of April 13, Holy Thursday, the bishop of Hong Kong, John Cardinal Tong Hon, invited the priests and deacons to renew the vows of their ordination.

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Chief executive-designate visits Cardinal Tong

 

The coadjutor of the diocese, Bishop Michael Yeung Ming-cheung, and vicar general, Father Dominic Chan Chi-ming, gathered to extend their congratulations to Lam, who is a parishioner at Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Wan Chai.

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An Easter greeting from our bishop

My dear brothers and sisters in the Lord

May the Risen Lord bestow upon you
His Joy and Peace!

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Cardinal reminds new chief executive freedom is the guts of the issue

HONG KONG (SE): In his congratulatory letter to Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor on being selected as the next chief executive of Hong Kong, John Cardinal Tong Hon reminded her that basic freedoms are at the guts of the issue of governance.

The bishop of Hong Kong also showed his delight at seeing all three candidates express their ongoing commitment to the city’s wellbeing.

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Letter from bishop of Hong Kong to chief-executive elect

 28 March 2017

Mrs. Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor
The Chief Executive-Elect
of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region

Dear Mrs. Lam,

May the Lord’s peace and joy be with you.

Congratulations on winning the Chief Executive Election of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR). I would like to extend our heartfelt congratulations to you. Also, I was delighted that the other candidates have expressed their continuous care and participation for the Community of Hong Kong.

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Subtle snub for Cardinal Tong

HONG KONG (UCAN): An article published by John Cardinal Tong Hon in the Sunday Examiner on February 12 suggesting possible ways for Church-state relations in China to move forward appears to have received a subtle snub from Beijing.

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A reflection on Cardinal Tong’s view of Vatican-Beijing negotiations

SAN DIEGO (SE): Although there are converging interests between China and the Vatican on the appointments of bishops, the two hold quite different agendas in the current, much-discussed negotiations between the two parties.

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Two cardinals two opinions

HONG KONG (SE): The two cardinals in Hong Kong hold divergent opinions on the current discussions taking place between the Vatican and Beijing, with the bishop of Hong Kong, John Cardinal Tong Hon, showing great optimism in his outline of a possible scenario for Church-state relations and his predecessor, Joseph Cardinal Zen Ze-kiun, far more wary.

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Blessing of the legal profession

HONG KONG (SE): Around 100 people from the legal profession gathered for a celebration of the opening of the Legal Year on January 9 at St. John’s Cathedral at which they prayed for justice and the rule of law.

Presided over by Archbishop Paul Kwong and John Cardinal Tong Hon, the ceremony was arranged for the same day on which local judicial officers mark the beginning of the legal year at City Hall.

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