Prefecture Apostolic of Southern Kan-Su
Prefecture Apostolic of Southern Kan-Su
    Prefecture Apostolic of Southern Kan-Su
     Catholic_Encyclopedia Prefecture Apostolic of Southern Kan-Su
    Separated from the Northern Kan-su mission in 1905, and committed to the Belgian Congregation of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (Scheutveld, Brussels). It includes the seven southern prefectures of Kan-su: Tsin-chou, Ping-liang-fu, Kung-chang-fu, King-chou, Kiai-chou, King-yang-fu and Kung-yuen-fu. It contains about 8,000,000 inhabitants. The first prefect Apostolic is Reverend Everard Joseph Terlaak, dwelling at Tsin-chou. In 1907 the mission consisted of: 1 prefect Apostolic, 10 missionaries, 3 native priests, 23 churches and chapels, 6 schools with 42 students, 1 college with 5 students, 3 orphan asylums with 35 children, 1031 Catholics. In 1908: 1 prefect Apostolic, 12 missionaries, 3 native priests, and 1106 Catholics.
    V.H. MONTANAR

The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume VIII. — New York: Robert Appleton Company. . 1910.


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