Liên Đoàn Công Giáo Việt Nam Tại Hoa Kỳ

Mar 18th 2018
Text size
  • Increase font size
  • Default font size
  • Decrease font size


Vietnamese Conference of Catholic Bishops offered Our Lady of Lava Statues for Federation

Vietnamese Conference of Catholic Bishops offered Our Lady of Lava Statues for Federation

Most Rev. Joseph Linh Nguyen, Vice President of VCCB; Fr Peter Son Vo, General Secretary of Federation, Most Rev. Francis Xavier Hong Le, Archbishop of Hue.










Archbishop Peter Nhon Van Nguyen, President of Vietnamese Conference of Catholic Bishops and Bishop Joseph Linh Nguyen









Fr Andre Spegne, Secretary of Archbishop Leopoldo Girelli, Nuncio to Vietnam; Cardinal John the Baptist Minh Man Pham, Archbishop of Sai Gon;  Fr Peter Son Vo.





We make the sign of the Cross every day and we see thousands of people doing it.  At dawn, before starting work, when we make our first sale, when our health gets better, and even the great athletes of the world do it looking up to heaven.  Do you remember what it means?


Vatican to UN: 100 thousand Christians killed for the faith each year

(Vatican Radio 28-05-2013) The Holy See has expressed "deep concern" for violations of religious freedom and systematic attacks on Christian communities in regions of the world such as Africa, Asia and the Middle East. This was pointed out by Msgr. Silvano Maria Tomasi, who spoke Monday at the United Nations in Geneva.


Fortnight For Freedom Planned For June 21 To July 4

May 13, 2013

Baltimore and Washington Masses planned to open and close 2013 Fortnight; Threats to religious liberty at home and abroad remain; Resources available at . .

WASHINGTON—The second annual Fortnight for Freedom will take place from June 21 to July 4, and will consist of national and local efforts to educate Americans on challenges to religious liberty both at home and abroad. As with last year's Fortnight, the event will begin and end with a special Mass.


USCCB President Says ‘Now Is the Time’ To Reform Immigration System

April 22, 2013

Cardinal Dolan: Suffering of migrants must end; Path to citizenship should be improved and families protected; Enforcement should guarantee basic human rights

WASHINGTON—Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), said in a press conference April 22 that “now is the time” to fix the nation’s broken immigration system. Cardinal Dolan was joined at the press conference by Archbishop José H. Gomez of Los Angeles, chairman of the USCCB Committee on Migration, and Bishop John C. Wester of Salt Lake City, chair of the USCCB Communications Committee.

Page 10 of 47