Catholicism in China, 1900-Present: The Development of the Chinese Church (2014)

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Catholicism in China, 1900-Present: The Development of the Chinese Church (2014)

Catholicism in China, 1900-Present: The Development of the Chinese Church
Hardcover – November 19, 2014
by Cindy Yik-yi Chu (Editor)

Hardcover: 284 pages
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan (November 19, 2014)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1137361743
ISBN-13: 978-1137361745

About the book
The Chinese Catholic Church, with its complex history and remarkable longevity, has continued to attract the attention of China watchers. Historians, political scientists and theologians have been exploring different aspects – the Church's development in the modern era, the issues of contention between the Vatican and Beijing, and the implications of a universal Catholic Church. This edited volume is the product of scholars of various backgrounds, specialties and agendas bringing forth their most treasured understandings and findings regarding the Chinese Catholic Church. The chapters in this book covering the church from 1900 to the present trace the development of the Church in China from many historical and disciplinary vantage points, and shed light on the way forward.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Editor's Notes
Dates for Chinese Historical Periods and Events
Vatican History (List of Popes)
List of Images
Preface

1. Chinese Catholicism: An Overview; Cindy Yik-yi Chu
2. Writing the History of the Catholic Church in China: Historiography, 1900–Present; Patrick M. W. Taveirne
PART I: Catholic Missions in Local China
3. American Jesuits and the China Mission: The Woodstock Letters, 1900–1969; Mark DeStephano
4. Out of the Ashes: Remembrance and Reconstruction in Catholic Shanxi, 1900–Present; Anthony E. Clark
5. Vincentian Missionaries in Jiangxi Province: Extending an American Catholic Community to China, 1921–1951; John Harney
PART II: Religion, Politics, and Culture: Cross-Cultural Issues in the Chinese Catholic Church
6. Ending Civil Patronage: The Beginning of a New Era for the Catholic Missions in China, 1926; Sergio Ticozzi
7. Catholic Bible Translation in Twentieth-Century China: An Overview; Daniel K. T. Choi & George K. W. Mak
8. Indigenizing Catholic Architecture in China: From Western-Gothic to Sino-Christian Design, 1900–1940; Thomas Coomans
PART III: Catholicism and Politics in the Post-Mao Period
9. China and the Vatican, 1979–Present; Cindy Yik-yi Chu
10. Taiwan's Role in the Chinese Catholic Church: The Bridging Endeavor; Beatrice Leung & Wen-ban Kuo
11. 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
12. The Catholic Church's Role in the African Diaspora in Guangzhou, China; Shanshan Lan
13. The Task of Religion in Secular Society: The Challenges Ahead for Christianity in China; Ambrose Ih-Ren MongReview
"Every China scholar is familiar with the four attempts to introduce Christianity into China. This volume takes up the story of the missions in China from 1900 to the present, and covers such topics as local history, the ending of the civil patronage over the missions, the first six Chinese Catholic bishops, and Sino-Vatican relations. It is a 'must-read' for all those interested in the history of Christianity in China during the twentieth century." - Peter Barry, English editor, Tripod

"This book discusses a most complex topic. Its exceptional value is in that it presents a readable, comprehensive, balanced, and academically well-founded overview on the growth of the Chinese Church in Communist China. Well-known China experts from various disciplines present interesting views on aspects related to the general topic: history, religion, politics, culture, art, and indigenization. The reader learns much about the past as well as on the challenges ahead for Christianity in China." - Jeroom Heyndrickx, CICM, Founder, Verbiest Institute, Louvain University, Belgiu

About the Author

Cindy Yik-yi Chu is a Professor of History and the Associate Director of the David C. Lam Institute for East–West Studies (LEWI) at Hong Kong Baptist University, China. Her books include, among others, The Catholic Church in China (2012), Chinese Communists and Hong Kong Capitalists: 1937–1997 (2010), The Diaries of the Maryknoll Sisters in Hong Kong, 1921–1966 (2007), Foreign Communities in Hong Kong, 1840s–1950s (2005), and The Maryknoll Sisters in Hong Kong, 1921–1969 (2004).Cindy Yik-yi Chu is a Professor of History and the Associate Director of the David C. Lam Institute for East–West Studies (LEWI) at Hong Kong Baptist University, China. Her books include, among others, The Catholic Church in China (2012), Chinese Communists and Hong Kong Capitalists: 1937–1997 (2010), The Diaries of the Maryknoll Sisters in Hong Kong, 1921–1966 (2007), Foreign Communities in Hong Kong, 1840s–1950s (2005), and The Maryknoll Sisters in Hong Kong, 1921–1969 (2004).

Contributors
Anthony E. Clarky, Whitworth University, USA
John Harney, DePaul University, USA
Yuwu Shan, University College of Cork, National University of Ireland, Ireland
Shanshan Lan, Hong Kong Baptist University, China
Sergio Ticozzi, Holy Spirit Study Centre, Hong Kong, China
Paul P. Mariani, Santa Clara University, USA
Daniel K.T. Choi, Lutheran Theological Seminary
George K.W. Mak, Hong Kong Baptist University, China
Thomas Coomans, University of Leuven, Belgium
Mark DeStephano, S.J., Saint Peter's University, USA
Beatrice Leung, Wenzao Ursuline College, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Wen-Ban Kuo, National Taipei University, Taiwan
Ambrose Ih-Ren Mong, O.P., The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China

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