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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

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ANNA HIEN THI NGO +

(8.12.1925-8.8.2011)

Laid to rest on August 26th at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery, 7845 East Santiago Canyon Road, Orange, California

We are grateful to Almighty God for the gift of life of Anna.

We, the Ngo Family, would like to express our profound gratitude to:

Archbishop Allen H. Vigneron, Archbishop of Detroit

Most Reverend Salvatore Cordilione, Bishop of Oakland

Most Reverend John Cummins, Emeritus Bishop of Oakland

Most Reverend Larry Silva, Bishop of Honolulu

Most Reverend Tod Brown, Bishop of Orange

Most Reverend Dominic Luong Thanh Mai, Auxiliary Bishop of Orange

Most Reverend Joseph Linh Chi Nguyen, Bishop of Thanh Hoa

Most Reverend Michael Oanh Duc Hoang, Bishop of Kontum

Office of the Bishop of Da Nang

Reverend Joseph Liem Thanh Nguyen, President of the Federation of Vietnamese Catholics in the U.S.A.

Reverend John Nghi Cong Tran, Director of the VietCatholic Network

Very Reverend George Mockel, Vicar General of Oakland

Priests of the Diocese of Oakland

Religious and Diocesan Priests

St. Patrick Seminary & University in Mento Park

Reverend Jesus Nieto-Ruiz, Pastor of St. Anthony Church, Oakland

Reverend Hung Le, Pastor of Nhuong Nghia Church, Da Nang

Reverend Hy Khac Nguyen, S.S., St. Mary’ Seminary & University, Baltimore

Reverend Quang Minh Dong, Director of the Shrine of Our Lady of Lavang, Las Vegas

Reverend Thuong Hoai Nguyen, Pastor St. John the Baptist Church, El Cerrito

Reverend Joseph Duong Phan, Apostleship of the Sea, Oakland

Reverend Bich Nhu Nguyen, Tribunal of Oakland

Reverend John Direen, Pastor of St. Joseph of the Worker, Berkeley

Rev. Michael Van Khanh Dinh, Chaplin of the U.S. Air Force

Rev. Joseph Tri Tran, Chaplin of the U.S. Air Force

Reverend Vincent Truyen Nguyen, St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception, Los Gatos

Revend Joseph Son Nguyen, Chaplin of the UCI Medical Center, Orange

Reverend Nicolas Toan Nguyen, St. Boniface Church, Anaheim

Rev. Hoan Tuan Trinh, OFM , Spiritual Director of the Franciscan Charity, San Francisco

Reverend Paul Cuong Phan, President of the Federation of Vietnamese Catholics, West Coast

Reverend Michael Hoan Khai Mai, President of the Federation of Vietnamese Catholics, South Coast

Deacon Joseph Anh Nguyen, St. Barbara Church, Santa Anna

Deacon Dong Ngo, St. Cecilia Church, Tustin

Deacons, Seminarians

Sr. Rosaline Nguyen, Director of the Vietnamese Pastoral Center of Oakland

Religious Sisters and Brothers

The Knight of Columbus

St. Anthony School, Oakland

Mr. Linh Pham, Chairperson, and the people of God of St. Boniface Church, Anaheim

Mr. Lam Le, Chairperson, and the People of God of St. Anthony Church, Oakland

Relatives, Friends and the many people who have prayed, and supported us

during this difficult time of loss.

 

The Memorial Mass of Anna Hien Thi Ngo +

will be celebrated on October 02, 2011 at 11:30 AM

by

Most Reverend Salvatore Cordilione

(Presider)

Most Reverend John Cummins

(Concelebrant)

at

St. Anthony Church

1535 – 16th Avenue

Oakland, CA 94606

Phone: 510-534-2117

Through the intercession of the Vietnamese Martyrs, May

“the Blessings of the Lord be upon you”

(Psalm 129:8)

 The Ngo Family & Fr. Peter Son Vo