BEIJING — Classes have been delayed indefinitely at a Shanghai
Catholic seminary caught in the middle of a struggle between Chinese
priests and the Communist Party-controlled church over the appointment
of a bishop, a staff member and media report said Wednesday.
Classes at the city’s Sheshan seminary usually begin in
mid-September but were recently postponed for an unspecified time, said a
woman who answered the phone at the school’s administrative office. The
reason wasn’t clear, said the woman, who would give only her surname,
Lu, because she wasn’t authorized to speak to media.
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