The Passion of the Lord — By: Crisis Magazine

Nearly a quarter of a century ago (2000), an elderly Chinese man’s death in Stamford, Connecticut, was reported in the media. His name was Ignatius Kung, and he had lived in the United States since 1988. He was born in his native China at the beginning of the twentieth century (1901), and there he had received the oil of Baptism making him a Catholic. He belonged to what later would become known…


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