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[ Persecution of Catholics in China. 1954 ]
AuthorFrancis A. Rouleau, S.J. Archives
Ricci Institute for Chinese-Western Cultural History 利瑪竇中西文化歷史研究所
Pub. Location---Publisher---
Date1954Phys. Desc.doc. folder ; 38 x 24 cm.
LocationArchive CabinetCall NumberBX3743.R6 1952-1968
[Persecutions of Catholics in China] / collected by Fr. Francis A. Rouleau, S.J.
1954 folder. Clippings, copies, and reports from various Catholic mission journals, newsletters, and newspapers concerning the persecution of Catholics in China in 1952.

List of persons/topics in these articles from 1954:
New Leader, January 25, 1954, G. S. Bhargava: “The Tibet Headache”; “Red Mob Desecrates Blessed Sacrament”, Hachow (Hazhou), Hupeh (Hubei), Fr. Rossato; Abp. Joseph Chou (Chou Chi Shih) (Zhou Jishi?) of Nanchang dies in prison, reported by expelled Fr. Angel Bacchin, further expelled: Society of St. Francis Xavier Frs. Hugo Bonaventura, O.P., Raymond Bergamin, Dominican Srs. Rosa Edmunda Keller & Anna Christa Bundi, ordinations of Frs. Bernard Kao, Linus Liao & Stephen Chang; Time, March 1, 1954, p. 26, “The New Empire Builders”, about new infrastructure; Lienche Fang: “Report on Books in China”; U. S. News & World Report, Oct. 1, 1954, pp. 40-48, 110-132, “How the Communists got China” by John Leighton Stuart; Business Week, July 24, 1954, Special Report, pp. 1-11, “Red China: An Ancient Land with New Ambitions”; Saturday Evening Post, December 25, 1954, pp. 24, 78-79, Henry William Carter: “You Can’t Do Business with Red China”, businessman forced to run waterworks; Saturday Evening PostOctober 30, 1954, pp. 24-25, 143, 145-146, 149, Joseph Alsop: “Will China Stay Red?”, little-known truths; Life, September 20, 1954, pp. 47-48, 50, 52, 55-56, 58 Rene MacColl: “With Laborites in Lotus Land on Guided and Misguided Tour”, planned, unplanned sights; The New Leader, October, 18, 1954, p. 6, Jack James: “Red China’s New Constitution”, interpretation; The New Leader, December, 20, 1954, pp. 12-14, Irwin Ross: “Red China’s Dope Peddlers”, Heroin from China; U. S. News & World Report, July 2, 1954, pp.32-33, “Reds Gain Among Chinese Overseas”; James F. Kearney, S.J.: "The Jesuits Dig in in Malaya", Fr. Kelly, catholic school.

Subject(s)Persecution--China--20th century
Political prisoners--China--1949-1989
Communism and Christianity--China--Catholic Church--20th century
Christian martyrs--China--20th century
Rec. TypeArchival materialsLanguageEnglish
CollectionRouleau ArchivesRec. #2895