Hong Kong

Any readers in Hong Kong?

Drop me a line.

About Fr. John Zuhlsdorf

Fr. Z is the guy who runs this blog. o{]:¬)
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  1. The Cobbler says:

    I could call you from a local Asian restaurante, if that’s close enough.

    (Obviously I’m feeling very… funny, today. Whether in the manner that manages to actually be amusing or not, I don’t know.)

  2. Cricket says:

    I know for a fact there are several seminarians in Hong Kong & Macau who regularly read your blog, Fr. Z., albeit “clandestinely.” Traditional Catholic practices are not commonly observed in that part of the world.

  3. J Kusske says:

    In Beijing, but will be visiting HK in a couple of weeks. Does this mean you may just so happen to be there at that very time, perhaps (April 12th- c. 14th)?!? O felix fortuna if so!

  4. I am staring to think about a trip to Hong Kong, but I don’t have concrete plans yet.

  5. Supertradmum says:

    God bless you. I shall pray for you. It is a long flight.

  6. J Kusske says:

    Let me know what Latin and traditional activity you may drum up, and I’ll do the same–just met a very interesting fellow from Singapore for that matter… But I’d really welcome you if you could make it up here to Peking!

  7. It would be great to visit Suzhou as well.

  8. Ambrose Jnr says:

    I am based in Shenzhen, Father, but I am often in HK (just a bridge away from Shenzhen) during the weekends. For your info, we have the vetus ordo at Mary Help of Christians parish on Sundays at 1230 thanks to the Salesians. Sometimes Cardinal Zen is the main priest. For the first time, the new Cardinal Tong will celebrate the vetus ordo publicly at St Theresa parish on Easter Sunday.

    Would be great if you could pop by one of these days, Father.

  9. Dorcas says:

    Oh, are you headed this way? How about a stopover in Seoul, lots of Catholic people in Korea…

  10. J Kusske says:

    Many thanks for the info Ambrose Jnr, I will look to stop by when I’m in Shenzhen next! I may even be able to swing it the Sunday after Easter (second Sunday of Easter) in fact–I’m seeing a friend there en route back to Beijing.

  11. Ambrose Jnr says:

    Hi Kusske,

    I hope I didn’t confuse you…the TLM info relates to the TLM in Hong Kong, not Shenzhen. In Shenzhen, we have to make do with the novus ordo, which we are trying to reform brick by brick, but it will be a long haul…

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