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I read a few years ago about a seminary in Ch in a in which they needed funding and would pray Masses for people... I can't figure out how to put that better, I don't think it sounds right, but anyway, I want to find them so I can send them money and have some Masses said! But I can't find them!

Does anyone know about this? I suspect it was not the Offi cially App roved Chin ese seminary, iykwim.

Any info would be greatly appreciated :) PM me if you prefer :)

Thanks very much!!!
(06-13-2012, 09:25 PM)newtolatin Wrote: [ -> ]I read a few years ago about a seminary in Ch in a in which they needed funding and would pray Masses for people... I can't figure out how to put that better, I don't think it sounds right, but anyway, I want to find them so I can send them money and have some Masses said! But I can't find them!

Does anyone know about this? I suspect it was not the Offi cially App roved Chin ese seminary, iykwim.

Any info would be greatly appreciated :) PM me if you prefer :)

Thanks very much!!!

The Cardinal Kung Foundation is who you want to contact.  You can donate to them here

https://secure.acceptiva.com/?cst=966222

Here is there website
http://www.cardinalkungfoundation.org/
Is the Latin Mass available in China today? Where? Is there a Chinese/Latin Missal available? Does anybody know if Cardinal Kung offered the Novus Ordo Mass when he was released from decades of imprisonment? I believe the Cardinal's nephew who was his spokesman was quite traditional
(06-13-2012, 10:35 PM)salus Wrote: [ -> ]Is the Latin Mass available in China today? Where? Is there a Chinese/Latin Missal available? Does anybody know if Cardinal Kung offered the Novus Ordo Mass when he was released from decades of imprisonment? I believe the Cardinal's nephew who was his spokesman was quite traditional

I know that elderly priests said the old rite.

Cardinal Kung had a Solemn Requiem Mass in my hometown. I saw a pic of him cp celebrating with JPII. It probably was a Novus Ordo in Latin, unfortunately.
(06-13-2012, 10:06 PM)nmoerbeek Wrote: [ -> ]The Cardinal Kung Foundation is who you want to contact.  You can donate to them here

https://secure.acceptiva.com/?cst=966222

Here is there website
http://www.cardinalkungfoundation.org/
Thank you very much!