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Q: are there catholic church near or in changping district

I am student living in fuxue road, changping, beijing i want to know whether there is any catholic church near my university if so please give me address

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By brotha' Yahoo-gle:

 

  1. Beijing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaen.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beijing_(China)   CachedChangping 昌平; Huairou 怀柔 ... is the oldest Catholic church in Beijing. ...Beijing is connected by road links to all parts of China as part of the National ...

 

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... all the way to Xuanwumen Catholic Church to attend ... the Catholic Church of the Beijing ... in Changping District in Beijing's suburbs but attends .. 

My Internet doesn't load, but there's the oldest Catholic Church in Changping.

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Depends on what you mean by Catholic. If you want to go see something as a tourist, then as ICN points out you can just google the location of one. But, if you are interested in worship, then you should be aware that although the Church will be nominally catholic, it isn't in communion with the holy sea. Instead its under the direction of the Chinese Catholic Patriotic Assoscaition, which itself is under the direction of the Religious Affairs Bureau So, if its important for you to use it for confession or to receive communion then it may not be what you want.

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