Countless CAG members have been arrested following a national crackdown operation launched this September to eradicate the Church. by Wang Yichi
The village is a nationally famous pilgrimage site since the 19th century. Now, the Catholic signs and images are disappearing. by Zhang Feng In t
On December 6, a house church in China’s Fujian province was again raided by the local authorities during its service. Xunsiding Church, a house
The CCP bans all religious rites and traditions during funerals and threatens to punish local officials who allow them. by Wang Yichi After th
Even little keepsakes with religious content are becoming off-limits to people of faith in China, as authorities punish those who make and distribute
Fabricating false news and spreading rumors is one of the go-to tools the CCP uses to crack down on countries, organizations and individuals as ho...
Local governments repurpose places of worship and turn them into propaganda centers, entertainment venues, or factories. Some are even leveled to the
The CCP pressures Catholic priests and nuns to participate in indoctrination activities, like visits to revolutionary heritage sites or classes on pat
On top of removing crosses, Chinese authorities order to replace Christianity’s main symbol on churches’ seals with the five-pointed star. by Ye Jiaj
Increasingly criticized by the international community for crackdowns on people of faith, China’s regime enforces more stringent measures to cover up
The CCP comes up with new pretexts to suppress people of faith. In Zhejiang Province, believers’ businesses are threatened if they disobey government
Using pandemic restrictions as a pretext to check residents’ identity, authorities hunt down believers from this banned religious group. by Zhou Xiao
The 18 Jehovah’s Witnesses arrested in Xinjiang have now been sentenced to long jail terms. Lawyers complain of the inhumane conditions of their det...
Provincial and municipal governments intensify measures to purge from state-run churches all publications that are not approved by the state. by Wang
Ahead of the Vatican-China deal renewal, the regime makes sure that no information about repressions against Catholic conscientious objectors gets o...
Ahead of provincial government inspections, local authorities ordered to eliminate crosses from the roofs of Protestant and Catholic venues from April
The CCP continues its campaign to eliminate religious statues in Hubei and Guangxi provinces. by Cai Congxin In June, the Liangzihu district gover
Although some Christians from The Church of Almighty God (CAG) are seriously ill, they are still subjected to the CCP police’s merciless mistreatm...
One of the sentenced believers will spend 15 years in prison merely for keeping at home CAG-related e-books and videos. by Chang Xin Amid the
Attacks on house churches across China intensified in the past few months, as police and government officials raid places of worship and intimidate co