|The Most Reverend
|Bishop of Hong Kong|
|Installed||30 November 1968|
|Term ended||23 May 1973|
|Ordination||14 March 1959|
|Consecration||7 October 1967
by Lorenzo Bianchi
20 February 1920|
Shanghai, Republic of China
|Died||23 May 1973
British Hong Kong
|Alma mater||Oxford University
St. John's University, Shanghai
|Coat of arms|
|Reference style||The Most Reverend|
|Spoken style||Your Excellency|
Francis Hsu Chen-Ping simplified Chinese: 徐诚斌; traditional Chinese: 徐誠斌; pinyin: Xú Chéngbīn; (20 February 1920 – 23 May 1973), was a Chinese clergyman. He was the third bishop, (the first Chinese one), of the Hong Kong Catholic diocese.
Born into a Methodist family in Shanghai, Hsu joined the Catholic Church when he was teaching at a National Central University in Nanking between 1944 and 1947. He studied at St. John's University, Shanghai in 1936. He was awarded Master of Arts from Merton College, Oxford.
Hsu escaped to Hong Kong in 1950 after the Kuomintang left mainland China. He was later ordained a Priest in Rome on 14 March 1959. Hsu was the editor of Kung Kao Po, a Catholic newspaper in Hong Kong, from 1959 to 1965. On 1 July 1967, he was appointed Auxiliary Bishop of Hong Kong and Titular Bishop of Orrea. After the resignation of Lorenzo Bianchi in 1969, he was appointed bishop of Hong Kong.
Francis Hsu died in Hong Kong on 23 May 1973 from a heart attack.
- Levens, R.G.C., ed. (1964). Merton College Register 1900-1964. Oxford: Basil Blackwell. p. 349.
|Catholic Church titles|
|New creation||Auxiliary Bishop of Hong Kong
Title next held byPeter Lei
|Bishop of Hong Kong