|Catholicism in China, 1900-present : the development of the Chinese Church|
|Author||Chu, Cindy Yik-yi [Zhu Yiyi 朱益宜]|
|Pub. Location||New York||Publisher||Palgrave Macmillan|
|Date||2014||Phys. Desc.||xviii, 264 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.|
|Location||Hallway Cases||Call Number||BX1665.C3825 2014|
|Catholicism in China, 1900-present : the development of the Chinese Church / edited by Cindy Yik-yi Chu.|
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction: The Church in China since 1900 -- Chinese Catholicism: an overview / Cindy Yik-yi Chu -- Writing the history of the Catholic Church in China: historiography, 1900-present / Patrick M.W. Taveirne -- Part I. Catholic Missions in Local China -- American Jesuits and the China Mission: the Woodstock Letters, 1900-1969 / Mark DeStephano -- Out of the ashes: remembrance and reconstruction in Catholic Shanxi, 1900-present / Anthony E. Clark -- Vincentian missionaries in Jiangxi Province: extending as American Catholic community to China, 1921-1951 / John Harney -- Part 2. Religion, politics, and culture: cross-cultural issues in the Chinese Catholic Church -- Ending civil patronage: the beginning of a new era for the Catholic missions in China, 1926 / Sergio Ticozzi -- Catholic Bible translation in twentieth-century China: an overview / Daniel K.T. Choi and George K.W. Mak -- Indigenizing Catholic architecture in China: from Western-Gothic to Sino-Christian design, 1900-1940 / Thomas Coomans -- Part 3. Catholicism and politics in the post-Mao period -- China and the Vatican, 1970-present / Cindy Yik-yi Chu -- Taiwan's Role in the Chinese Catholic Church: the bridging endeavor / Beatrice Leung and Wen-ban Kuo -- Sino-Vatican relations under Pope Benedict XVI: from promising beginnings to overt confrontation / Jean-Paul Wiest -- Conclusion. The Church in China today and the road ahead -- The Catholic Church's role in the African diaspora in Guangzhou, China / Shanshan Lan -- The task of religion in secular society: the challenges ahead for Christianity in China / Ambrose Ih-Ren Mong.