Pope gives green light for extension of accord with Beijing

Credit: WorldNews- Published on September 15, 2020
VATICAN CITY--Pope Francis has signed off on a two-year extension of a deal with China on the appointment of bishops that critics have condemned as a sell-out to the communist government, a senior Vatican source said on Monday. The two-year provisional deal, which gives the pope the final say on the appointment of bishops, took...
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