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Bridging a thorny divide China's Catholics rue church's slide as control debated

By IAN JOHNSON THE NEW YORK TIMES

This article was published March 10, 2018 at 2:43 a.m.

FUAN, China -- For nearly four centuries, a swath of farming and fishing villages on China's southeast coast has survived as a stronghold of Catholicism, sometimes flourishing, other times withering, its fate often dependent on decisions or conflicts far away in Beijing or Europe.

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