Retired archbishop of Hong Kong Cardinal Joseph Zen hands a letter to Pope Francis at the end of his weekly general audience in Paul VI, at the Vatican. Photo: L’Osservatore Romano/pool photo via AP Retired archbishop of Hong Kong Cardinal Joseph Zen hands a letter to Pope Francis at the end of his weekly general audience in Paul VI, at the Vatican. Photo: L’Osservatore Romano/pool photo via AP
Retired archbishop of Hong Kong Cardinal Joseph Zen hands a letter to Pope Francis at the end of his weekly general audience in Paul VI, at the Vatican. Photo: L’Osservatore Romano/pool photo via AP
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Retired archbishop of Hong Kong Cardinal Joseph Zen hands a letter to Pope Francis at the end of his weekly general audience in Paul VI, at the Vatican. Photo: L’Osservatore Romano/pool photo via AP Retired archbishop of Hong Kong Cardinal Joseph Zen hands a letter to Pope Francis at the end of his weekly general audience in Paul VI, at the Vatican. Photo: L’Osservatore Romano/pool photo via AP
Retired archbishop of Hong Kong Cardinal Joseph Zen hands a letter to Pope Francis at the end of his weekly general audience in Paul VI, at the Vatican. Photo: L’Osservatore Romano/pool photo via AP
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