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Chinese Persecution

China’s One Child Policy (and the murder of 40% + of their children) Continues

This morning our Product Manager told me that our most recent newsletter on why we don’t carry Chinese products elicited more response than ANY newsletter we have ever sent. All comments were positive about our stance. Today I found an article talking about how over 13 million Chinese babies are killed through abortion every year. That number does not include ...

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Your Money is Going to China. How Do You Feel About That?

We’re one of the few Catholic retailers who refuse to carry and sell items that are made in China. Does it matter to you where your money goes and what it ultimately supports? As a Catholic, it should matter quite a great deal to you. As with all things we do, we must consider the consequences of our actions. Most ...

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Why We Don’t Sell Chinese Products (reason 38,523)

A Chinese bookstore owner who was taken into custody and accused of printing Bibles to give to local house church congregations has been sentenced to three years in prison and fined nearly $22,000, according to a report from Compass Direct. The report said a Beijing court today delivered the guilty verdict in the trial of Shi Weihan on allegations he ...

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The Dazzle of the Olympics…

…seems to have affected a lot of people, including The One, Barrack Obama, who seems to think that the Chinese transportation infrastructure is far superior to the U.S.A.’s. I guess that as long as you only look at the things in Beijing upgraded for the Olympics he may have a point but I’m sure he wouldn’t enjoy the dirt roads ...

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Chinese Horrors Continue

You know things in China must really be bad when the secular media starts to take note of China’s abortion and child labor practices. HBO is showing a documentary next week that includes film shot by people posing as tourists about the Chinese child slave trade and the forced abortion and selective abortion practices in China. There really isn’t any ...

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Chinese Government Stealing Water From Its Own

Ever since we started our business we have had a policy that we won’t sell products from China. This is why you won’t find cheap statues, porecelain nightlights, St. Joseph House Selling Kits and plush dolls in our store or on our site. If you want to see why, you can read our past posts on Chinese human rights abuses ...

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Mark Shea Comments on the Catholic New Media Celebration

This is our second posting from bloggers who are attending the Catholic New Media Celebration in Atlanta this month. We asked them the question “How has new media like blogging and podcasting changed evangelization?” Here is Mark Shea’s answer: How the New Media has Changed Catholic Evangelization for Me I suppose the quickest summation is this: before the appearance of ...

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How Ironic

Isn’t it funny how these things work? It’s the same situation with that cheap plastic statue you just bought at your local “Christian” store.  You may be against the whole situation in China, but you can’t really can’t change it on your own.  That dinky cheap crucifix you just bought (you know, the one with the “Made in China” sticker ...

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Chinese Persecution Goes On

Doesn’t it make you wonder why any Catholic or Christian store would think buying stuff from China isn’t a problem? The Chinese owner of a bookstore near the 2008 Olympics complex in Beijing has been re-arrested and detained, only about a dozen weeks after he was cleared of allegations of illegally publishing Bibles and Christian literature due to “insufficient evidence,” ...

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