As the situation in Vietnam continues to worsen, members of the Catholic community accross Vietnam continue their aid work for those suffering the consequences of Covid-19.
Religious sisters in Vietnam refuse to give up their mission of helping people afflicted by Hansen's disease (also known as leprosy), despite the closure of a leprosarium in 2012 to make way for a seaside resort.
The Diocese of Nha Trang has launched a year of celebrations leading up to the 350th anniversary, next year, of the first pastoral visit by the region’s bishop to the local parishes.
Three young Vietnamese have found a novel way of expressing their gratitude to Pope Francis for the hope and inspiration he has been providing as humanity continues its battle against the Covid-19 pandemic.
The archbishop of Vietnam's largest archdiocese passed while he and his fellow prelates were paying an ad limina visit to the Holy See. Archbishop Paul Bui Van Doc of Ho Chi Minh City died during the evening of March 6 in a Rome hospital. He was 74 years of age.
Mgr Joseph Nguyên Chi Linh, président de la conférence épiscopale du Vietnam et archevêque de Hué, a répondu aux questions d’Églises d’Asie à l’occasion de la visite des 32 évêques vietnamiens aux Missions Étrangères de Paris.
Delegation visits flood survivors in Ha Tinh and Quang Binh provinces, donates cash and relief aid
(Vatican Radio) The 6th Meeting of the Viet Nam – Holy See Joint Working Group took place in Vatican City from 24 to 26 October 2016. After the meeting the following press statement was released.
The Từ Phong Drop-in Centre is a clinic that saves babies from abortion; it also offers some solace, support, and hope to single mothers.
Pour Mgr Leopoldo Girelli, le 14 janvier dernier aura marqué le début de sa 6ème année de présence au Vietnam, en tant que représentant du Saint-Siège.
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