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I had planned to visit the church and when I got there the mass was about to start .It was at 6:30 pm and it was in chinese.I have heard there is also a mass served in english and french but I was not able...More
Attended the Sunday mass on 13Nov'16. I understand english mass was there in the morning, but mistook it as at 3pm; attended finally the chinese language mass at 5pm, church quite crowded, but well-organised by church volunteers. Plenty of CCTV monitors to view the mass....More
Went for a catholic confirmation service for the kids of some of my friends. This place is amazingly decorated and preserved. Mass service is given in Italian. After mass is closed, the environment itself is quite peaceful... you may even forget you are in China!...More
There are North, South, East, and West, four major Catholic Churches in Beijing (other churches are not named after directions). The South church has one English mass on Sunday and Chinese masses daily early in the morning. Decorations are simple compared with churches in Europe,...More
This Cathedral of Immaculate Conception, near the Xuanwumen subway station, has a huge painting of the Immaculate Conception hanging on the wall behind the altar. While the original foundation of the cathedral was in 1605, making it the oldest Catholic church in Beijing, the current...More