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Silent Force : native converts in the Catholic China Mission
AuthorLu, Rachel Yan
Vanhaelemeersch, Philip, 1971-
Pub. LocationLeuvenPublisherFerdinand Verbiest Institute, K.U. Leuven
Date2009Phys. Desc.540 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
LocationHallway CasesCall NumberBV3415.L489 no. 20
Silent Force : native converts in the Catholic China Mission / edited by Rachel Lu Yan, Philip Vanhaelemeersch.
"....presented to the Eighth Symposium of the Ferdinand Verbiest Institute, held at Vaalbeek, Leuven, from August 31-Sept. 3, 2004" -— preface.
Includes bibliographical references.

Preface / Noël Golvers & Willy Vande Walle -– The life and thought ot seventeenth century Chinese Christians / Paul Rule –- The formation of Chinese Diocesan religious congregations and Sisterhoods in the late Qing: some preliminary observations on an elusive phenomenon / R.G. Tiedemann –- Confucian practices and Christian principles in the Qing period: a Jesuit pastor, Francis Xavier Do Rosario He Tianzhang (1667-1736) / John W. Witek -– Chinese clergy and their European colleagues in Sichuan, 1702-1800 / Robert Entenmann –- Per Pedes Apostolorum: Bishop Johannes Müllener CM in Sichuan / Claudia von Collani –- The Chinese assistants of the Jesuit Procurators from China in Europe: the case of (Dominicus and ) Shen Fu-tsung / Noël Golvers -– The Chinese priests of the College of Naples and the promotion of the indigenous clergy (18-19th centuries) / Gianni Criveller –- Fr. Juan Feng Wenzi, Fuanese, out-and-out missionary in difficult times / Miguel Angel San Roman -– The contribution of the Chinese clergy to the growth of the Catholic Church among the Hakka people of Guangdong Province, 1845-1961 / Peter J. Barry -– On the authenticity and significance of the Pro-Catholic memorial by Censor Huang Entong in 1848 / Weiying Ku –- Samt'andjimba (1816-1900): a faithful servant, a guide and catechist of Vincentian and C.I.C.M. missionaries among the Mongols / Jeroom Heyndrickx -– The missionary as a weather-forecaster: meteorological observations in the Chinese mission stations of C.I.C.M. (1873-1935) / Dirk Van Overmeire -– Banditry in early Republican Gansu: the attacks of Bai Lang on the C.I.C.M. mission stations in Qingshui, Fuqing, Qinzhou, Huixian and Chengxian (1914) / Koen De Ridder –- The difficult growth of the South Shaanxi Vicariate at the end of the Qing Empire / Angelo S. Lazzarotto -– Father Jacobus Zhang Weiqi (1856-1935): an analysis of the De Veris et Falsis (邪正理考 1907) / Patrick Taveirne –- "We have been thrown into the Vicariate". Passionists in West Hunan: the struggle to bring to life a Chinese Voice of Faith, 1922-1926 / Robert E. Carbonneau –- Who inspired Luke Chen, the pioneer Chinese Christian artist? An analysis of old papers and new findings / Anthony Sui-Ki Lam -– "With the Chinese, for the Chinese" : the Hungarian Jesuit mission in Puzi, Taiwan / Péter Vámos -– Dong Guangqing and the Chinese Franciscans of Wuhan in the Fifties / Elisa Giunipero –- Father Didacus Yang Ti: a priest, historian and humanist (Province Anhui, County Jin Zhai 1914-1994) / Mark Fang Zhirong, S.J. –- The Chinese martyrs among the 120 martyrs of China, canonized on the 1st of October 2000 / Arnulf Camps, OFM.

Subject(s)Chinese Christians--China--Congresses
Chinese Christian women--China
Catholic Church--China--Clergy
Catholic converts--China--History
Catholic Church--Missions--China--History--Congresses
SeriesLeuven Chinese studies ; 20
Rec. TypeBook (Conference Proceedings)LanguageEnglish
CollectionRicci Institute LibraryRec. #10576
ISBN978-90-8143-3650-2