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Police descend on Catholic enclave in Vietnam in attempt to quash...

According to parish priest Joseph Nguyen Van Thoan, the land has been owned by the Church for more than 100 years

Land rights dispute threatens Catholic parish in Vietnamese village

Local authorities occupied the land in 1972 and the parish priest said there have been several attempts by the Church to secure its return

Holy See, Vietnam agree to strengthen ‘dialogue,’ ‘mutual trust’

Representatives of Vietnam and the Vatican engaged in "in-depth discussions" on the relations between the states during a meeting in Hanoi

Lawyer decries Church, gov’t, media silence over killing of priest in...

Father Giuse (Joseph) Trần Ngọc Thanh, OP, was killed in a knife attack in a mission area in Vietnam on Saturday, January 29

Dominican priest killed in Vietnam

Father Trần was attacked at a mission of Dak Mot, about 40 miles northwest of Kon Tum in Vietnam

Vietnam gives recognition to Catholic parish after 30 years of existence

Moc Chau Parish in Son La in the northwest of Vietnam is the first parish in the province to be officially approved

Catholic priest in Vietnam decries ‘slander’ leveled against him by state...

Father Dinh Huu Thoai criticized the government’s creation of a National COVID-19 Vaccine Fund that calls for ordinary citizens to contribute

Catholic community in Vietnam continues to wait for government recognition

Thousands of Catholics in Vietnam have experienced discrimination because of their faith

Vietnam diocese ordains 34 new priests in one day despite pandemic

In recent years, the Catholic Church in Vietnam saw a growing number of priestly vocations

Catholics in Vietnam distribute food to most affected by pandemic

Vietnam’s Catholic Church leaders have earlier donated money to a state fund to accelerate vaccine procurement

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