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《Journal of Sichuan University(Social Science Edition)》 2004-06
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Catholic Nuns in Sichuan, Guizhou and Other Places in Mid-Qing Dynasty

QIN He-ping (Institute of Nationalities, Southwest University for Ethnic Groups, Chengdu 610060, China)  
Chastity-keeping is one of the important religious practices in Catholic Church unexceptionally, home and abroad. However, in Sichuan, Guizhou and other places in the Qing Dynasty, it is typical for Catholic nuns to practice Catholicism at home and preach which is with Chinese characteristics and is worth studying. The author consults rare research materials, expounds the origin, details and features of Catholic nuns' practicing Catholicism at home, analyzes changes of Catholic practice patterns, the reasons and partial impacts on Catholic practices, and thus unveils the essential reasons for the continual breaking out of church uprisings in Sichuan and other places in late Qing Dynasty by understanding Catholic nuns' religious practices from the angle of non-Catholic believers.
【CateGory Index】: K249.305
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