"A missionary is a bridge between two peoples, the people of the missionary territory and his own Church which is enriched by his mission," says Father Paul Cho Hae In, the subject of Matteo Choi Seok Kyoon's report — Korean Priest: mission brings us closer to the model of Christ. It was "[w]ith the help of Fr. Gerard Hammond of the Congregation of Maryknoll missionaries" that he was sent to the country.
"I think on the spiritual level many can contribute, not only Catholics, also for example, Confucianism as a very precious heritage of the Chinese people," said His Eminence — Cardinal Zen on the Church in China. "But surely we Catholics, or Christians in general, have Jesus Christ as real model of human perfection."
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