Donglü

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Donglü Marian Shrine, built in 1901. Destroyed during WW2
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Altar in the original shrine
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Pilgrimage to Donglü in the 1930s
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Introductory Rites, 24th May 1989
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Church members participating in the High Mass on 24th May 1990
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A corner of the altar, 24th May 1991
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Introductory Rites, 24th May 1992
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High mass on 25th May 1995
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Priests who participated in the High Mass on 24th May 1995
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Nuns who participated in the High Mass on 24th May 1995

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The room for Mass (in a private house) used by the underground Catholic Church during the mid-1990s. This room was already demolished by the government.

 

 

 

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