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Vietnam has its own Notre Dame, which serves six million Catholics

Built in 1880, the Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica of Saigon is a testament to the importance of Catholicism in Vietnam.

How St. Therese of Lisieux was nearly sent to Vietnam

The French Carmelite nun was ready and willing to be a missionary in Saigon.

Our Lady of La Vang

Photo of the Day: October 20, 2017

Bishop Barron: Daniel Berrigan and Non-Violence

Advocates of non-violence plant the seeds of eternal life in the soil of the fallen world

Do You Know What Happened To The Little Girl In This Famous Photo?

The testimony of a little girl from Saigon that became a symbol of war's horrors and a call to love

Archbishop of Ho Chi Minh City Expresses Hope for Vatican-Vietnam Ties

His country's leader visited Francis on the last day of the Synod on the Family

Pope Francis Meets With Prime Minister of Vietnam

Asian diplomat's second visit to the Vatican

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Vietnam Jails Catholic Lawyer and Blogger

Le Quoc Quan is given 30 month sentence amidst protests against communist state's crackdown on dissent.