Experience of the China Church in the 21st Century — The 27th National U.S. Catholic China Bureau National Conference
St. John’s University, Jamaica, Queens, New York City.
August 11-13, 2017,
Scheduled Keynote Speakers: Father Joseph Jiang, S.J., Boston College
Apostolic Nuncio to Haiti Archbishop Eugene Nugent: From 2001 until 2010 he directed the Holy See Study Mission in Hong Kong.
Saturday August 12 sessions: Father Zhang, Biblical Studies Professor, China;
Father Tommy Murphy, S.S.C., Former Columbans Superior General; Sister Rita Hongyan Ge., Missionary Sisters of Our Lady of Hope, MA Candidate in Spirituality, Loyola University of Chicago; Joann Pittman, China Source; Father Michael Li, China; Dr. Joseph Lee, Professor of History and Executive Director, Confucius Institute, Pace University, NYC; various representatives and laity from U.S. Chinese Catholic communities and associations.
Saturday afternoon Chinese Catholic liturgy, Chinese banquet, and cultural evening presentation
Sunday morning August 13 Plenary Session: Interdisciplinary Scholarly Exchange on Christianity in China and modern topics of Catholic religion. Scholars, graduate students and others may submit proposals and will remain open until all panels are filled.
General public, students and scholars are welcome to attend. Register now at www.uscatholichina.org.
Early bird housing and registration till July 21, 2017
Questions: Contact Executive Director Father Rob Carbonneau, C.P., Ph.D.
- Father Robert E. Carbonneau, C.P., Ph.D.
- US Catholic China Bureau
- 1646 Addison Street
- Berkeley, CA 94703