Religious freedom in jeopardy as China passes new Hong Kong ‘security laws’

Credit: CNA- Published on May 28, 2020
Denver Newsroom, May 28, 2020 / 01:25 pm (CNA).- A Hong Kong cardinal told CNA that changes to Hong Kong’s status in China could threaten the religious freedom of Catholics and other religious believers.

The legislature of China on May 28 approved a resolution to impose new “security laws” on its formerly autonomous...
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