Today’s topics: Boston’s Vietnamese Catholic community
Summary of today’s show: Vietnam has a rich history of the Catholic faith and those who have emigrated to the United States have brought the depth and richness of their faith with them. The Archdiocese of Boston hosts many Vietnamese Catholics and Scot Landry and Fr. Michael Harrington welcomed Sr. Maria Kim Bui, Truong Tran, and Ang Le to discuss the history of the faith in Vietnam, including the many Vietnamese martyrs, their own experiences in coming to America, and how their community continues to celebrate their faith.
Listen to the show:
Today’s host(s): Scot Landry and Fr. Michael Harrington
Today’s guest(s): Sr. Maria Kim Bui, Truong Tran, Ang Le, Twan Nguyen
Links from today’s show:
- Office of Catholic Cultural Diversity
- Vietnamese Community News at Catholic Cultural Diversity
- Roman Catholic in Vietnam (Wikipedia)
- Martyrs of Vietnam (Wikipedia)
- Vietnamese Martyrs celebration in Boston
The Vietnamese Martyrs Mass will be at Holy Cross Cathedral at 1pm on November 17.