Parishioners pray in the courtyard of the Lower Dafei Catholic Church, in Yongjia County in Zhejiang Province, while Chinese government workers prepare to cut down the building’s cross in June 2015. A massive government campaign removed crosses from the spires, vaults, roofs and wall arches of the 4,000 or so Protestant and Catholic churches of the region. Photo: AP

The Uygurs’ plight is in the news, but who will speak up for China’s Christians?

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    Parishioners pray in the courtyard of the Lower Dafei Catholic Church, in Yongjia County in Zhejiang Province, while Chinese government workers prepare to cut down the building’s cross in June 2015. A massive government campaign removed crosses from the spires, vaults, roofs and wall arches of the 4,000 or so Protestant and Catholic churches of the region. Photo: AP
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