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《Religious Studies》 2008-01
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Management and Reformation from Missions étrangères de Paris on Sichuan Catholicism in Middle Qing

Guo Lina & Chen Jing  
The time of Middle Qing was an important stage for the development of Sichuan Catholic church. Missions étrangères de Paris that was in charge of the religious affairs of Sichuan highlighted to be faithful followers of Jesus, required followers to observe Chinese rite prohibitions, instilled religious thought into the followers, and to a certain extent restrained the economic behavior of the followers through the double management from the Father and the Elder. These measures benefited to strengthen the religious faith of the followers and reinforced their unification on the one hand, and the follower was isolated from the outside in political, cultural and economic relation on the other hand.
【CateGory Index】: B979
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