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In the battle over ‘underground bishops,’ China and the Vatican reach a deal

Bishop Joseph Li Shan baptizes a woman at the South Cathedral in Beijing on Sept. 22

AFTER DECADES OF DISPUTE, THE VATICAN and the Chinese government have reached a provisional deal over which of them has the authority to appoint bishops in China, the Vatican announced on Sept. 22. As

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