Tag: genocide

KGI puts together acna team for religious freedom summit

Earlier this month, representing Katartismos Global Advocacy, I led a team of international religious freedom advocates to attend the first annual International Religious Freedom Summit in Washington, DC. Our team, pictured above, was among some 1200 global freedom-lovers who attended the July 13-15 IRF… Continue Reading “KGI puts together acna team for religious freedom summit”

Sing hallelujah to the lord FOR HONG KONG

June 2021 is the 2nd anniversary of the patriotic people of Hong Kong’s courageous resistance to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). The CCP was working for complete control of Hong Kong with a national extradition law. That law allows the CCP to extradite dissidents… Continue Reading “Sing hallelujah to the lord FOR HONG KONG”

global call to a week of prayer for china

In a May 7 article in National Review, Nina Shea, the director of the Hudson Institute’s Center for Religious Freedom, announced a campaign to encourage global, ecumenical prayer focused on China. Global Prayer for China, led by international Catholic lay persons, was inspired by… Continue Reading “global call to a week of prayer for china”

Hearing on china!

Heads up for all who care about freedom, persecution, and human rights in China As you know, In January the United States formally designated the CCP genocide of Uyghurs and other ethnic minorities in Xinjiang (a.k.a. the captive nation of East Turkistan). The Committee on the… Continue Reading “Hearing on china!”