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Catholic Church in Shanghai Surveilled by Huge Camera

Since last year, there is a surveillance camera in St Peter Catholic church in Shanghai, China, officially "for security reasons" according to journalist Liza Lin, a technology reporter for the US-Wall Street Journal, writing on Twitter (February 4).

The huge surveillance camera was not explained by the parish-priest. It is hanging in full view of the pulpit (above left).

There is little doubt that the Communist regime has access to the camera.

Picture: © Liza Lin, #newsDvrnivpgxl
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speedy207
Of course for their own safety -
Maybe after observing them
They become catholic-
Josephmary
Father Simoulin had better wake up before it is too late. There is a chapter meeting in the Neo-SSPX in July 2018. It's time to oust Bishop Fellay and to install one of the remaining traditionals as superior-general -- if, that is, there are any true traditional Catholics worthy of the name left in Fellay's organization. The rate of departure might slow a bit as the chapter meeting approaches (… More
allan500
Nothing says wisdom like Francis giving the Chinese Catholic Church to the thought police.