List of Chinese Catholics

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This is a list of Chinese Catholics in communion with Rome. It does not include members of the Chinese Patriotic Catholic Association, unless they are also recognized by the Holy See, but for cultural reasons does include Taiwanese persons.

Catholics of dynastic China[edit]

This concerns those who lived most or all of their life before the Xinhai Revolution.

Catholics of modern China[edit]

Clergy[edit]

Cardinals[edit]

Archbishops and bishops[edit]

Priests[edit]

Entertainers[edit]

Musicians[edit]

  • James Wong - Singer-songwriter, actor, columnist, and film director.[45]

Politicians[edit]

Writers[edit]

  • Su Xuelin - Novelist and scholar whose autobiographical Ji Xin (Heart of the Thorn Bush, 1929) discusses her conversion to Catholicism.[58][59]
  • John C. H. Wu - Diplomat, jurist, and writer of works such as From Confucianism to Catholicism and Chinese Humanism and Christian spirituality.[60][61]

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