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God Has Never Abandoned Me

By Cardinal Zen
  • ISBN Code: : 1644134861
  • Publisher : Sophia
  • Pages : 288
  • Category : Religion
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In this powerful new autobiography, Cardinal Joseph Zen -- the outspoken former Bishop of Hong Kong -- reflects on his life in the Catholic Church in China during a time of intense persecution and suffering. In these revealing pages, Cardinal Zen spares no detail in in discussing his countless fights and struggles with the Chinese government as well as the Vatican in defense of his countrymen. You'll follow the life and spiritual journeys of one of the Church's most renowned cardinals as he travels between Catholic communities in Shanghai, Italy, and Hong Kong. You'll meet the holy men and women he worked with along the way who have valiantly defended the Church against those that would like to control her until her message. Here, for the first time ever, is Cardinal Zen's story of struggle, but also of gratitude for the Lord who has always helped him conquer a life-time of set-backs and disappointments.

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