Cardinal Joseph Zen (centre) joins Christians (both Catholics and Protestants) in a protest rally from Causeway Bay to the central government headquarters in Admiralty, to mark the death of democracy in Hong Kong on March 30, 2019. Photo: Dickson Lee Cardinal Joseph Zen (centre) joins Christians (both Catholics and Protestants) in a protest rally from Causeway Bay to the central government headquarters in Admiralty, to mark the death of democracy in Hong Kong on March 30, 2019. Photo: Dickson Lee
Cardinal Joseph Zen (centre) joins Christians (both Catholics and Protestants) in a protest rally from Causeway Bay to the central government headquarters in Admiralty, to mark the death of democracy in Hong Kong on March 30, 2019. Photo: Dickson Lee

Letters | Why Hong Kong Catholics need not worry about future of city

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
Cardinal Joseph Zen (centre) joins Christians (both Catholics and Protestants) in a protest rally from Causeway Bay to the central government headquarters in Admiralty, to mark the death of democracy in Hong Kong on March 30, 2019. Photo: Dickson Lee Cardinal Joseph Zen (centre) joins Christians (both Catholics and Protestants) in a protest rally from Causeway Bay to the central government headquarters in Admiralty, to mark the death of democracy in Hong Kong on March 30, 2019. Photo: Dickson Lee
Cardinal Joseph Zen (centre) joins Christians (both Catholics and Protestants) in a protest rally from Causeway Bay to the central government headquarters in Admiralty, to mark the death of democracy in Hong Kong on March 30, 2019. Photo: Dickson Lee
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