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Vietnamese-American Catholics (Pastoral Spirituality Series)

by Peter C. Phan

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Published by Paulist Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic Church,
  • Inspirational - Catholic,
  • Christianity - Pastoral Ministry,
  • Religion,
  • Religion - Catholicism,
  • Vietnamese American Catholics,
  • Ethnic Studies - Asian American Studies,
  • USA,
  • Christian Life - Inspirational - Catholic,
  • Christianity - Catholic,
  • Christianity - Pastoral Counseling,
  • Christian Ministry - Counseling & Recovery,
  • Christian Ministry - Pastoral Resources,
  • Catholic Church,
  • Church work with immigrants,
  • United States

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages141
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9415556M
    ISBN 100809143526
    ISBN 109780809143528
    OCLC/WorldCa60360324

    This book is a snapshot description about a community who rebuilt their faith life by sustaining family values, culture, and Catholic devotional practices. Vietnamese American Catholics are an important part of the Church in the United States. Their story is one condition by war, refugee plight, and resettlement. It was their unwavering faith that. Vietnam ranks fifth on largest Catholic population in Asia, after the Philippines, India, China and Indonesia. According to Catholic Hierarchy Catalog “there are 5,, Catholics in Vietnam, representing % of the total population. There are 26 dioceses (including three archdioceses) with parishes and priests.”.

    Vietnamese Immigrants Swell Catholic Clergy Growing Influence on a Changing Church. By Gustav Niebuhr, Ap NEW ORLEANS, April 20 -- Twenty-five years ago this month, when Saigon fell to Communist armies, the tract of land off Dwyer Road was a just another soggy stretch of wetlands that ran from New Orleans's eastern fringe to the waters of the Gulf of Mexico, many miles away. Vietnamese Americans are more likely to be Christians than the Vietnamese in Vietnam. Christians (mainly Roman Catholics) make up about six percent of Vietnam's population and about 23 percent of the Vietnamese American population. Due to hostility between Communists and Catholics in Vietnam, many Catholics fled the country after the Communist takeover, and many Catholic Churches had .

    Vietnamese-American Catholics Peter C. Phan This book is the first in Paulist Press's new Pastoral Spirituality series, which puts practical information at the fingertips of all who engage in pastoral ministry a way to better understand, appreciate, and thereby minister to the new immigrant groups that have changed the face of American Catholicism.   Abstract. This chapter analyzes how Vietnamese American Catholic humanitarian organizations have facilitated transnational ties between ethnic Vietnamese Catholics in Cambodia and their counterparts in the U.S. Ethnic Vietnamese Catholics in Cambodia have been structurally, politically, and socially marginalized from Vietnamese co-religionists in the U.S. due to the precarious .


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Vietnamese-American Catholics (Pastoral Spirituality Series) by Peter C. Phan Download PDF EPUB FB2

This first volume explores the religious and cultural traditions of Vietnamese-American Catholics. Peter Phan distills in eight chapters essential information: the history Vietnamese-American Catholics book Christianity in Vietnam, the conditions of Vietnamese Catholics in America, their customs and feasts, the challenges facing Vietnamese Catholics and suggestions on how to meet them.5/5(1).

Peter Phan distills in eight chapters essential information: the history of Christianity in Vietnam, the conditions of Vietnamese Catholics in America, their customs and feasts, the challenges facing Vietnamese Catholics and suggestions on how to meet them/5(4).

Summary: Part of "Ethnic American Pastoral Spirituality" series, this book explores the religious and cultural traditions of Vietnamese-American Catholics.

It provides practical information for those who engage in pastoral ministry, a way to better understand, appreciate, and thereby minister to the immigrant groups. Vietnamese-American Catholics, by Fr. Peter C. Phan, is the first volume in the Pastoral Spirituality series being published by Paulist Press.

In addition to being the author of this first book, Fr. Phan is also the series editor. This particular book is a very good introduction to Vietnamese-American Catholics, and it is also a great [ ].

This text focuses on Vietnamese-Catholics their history in Vietnam, the challenges they face here, and how to minister to them. Vietnamese-American Catholics book Includes: charts, maps, and photographs.

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Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software An illustration of two photographs. Vietnamese-American Catholics Item Preview remove-circleISBN: book Vietnamese American Catholics – a classic in the field – which noted that most conflicts in Vietnamese American families revolve around the issues of the role of women and the duties of children.

That these are the primary issues of conflict within immigrant families in the American. is a platform for academics to share research papers. "With the first book in this new series from Paulist Press, Fr. Peter C.

Phan presents the history of Christianity in Vietnam, the conditions of Vietnamese Catholics in America, the challenges facing Vietnamese-American Catholics today, and suggestions on how to meet them."--BOOK JACKET.

Vietnamese-American Novels & Memoirs Literature about Vietnamese-Americans. Please do not add books that feature Vietnamese protagonists with no connection to the United States.

Do not list books with non-Vietnamese-American protagonists or only secondary characters who are Vietnamese-American. Vietnamese-American Catholics by Peter C. Phan is the first in Paulist Press's new Ethnic American Pastoral Spirituality series, which puts practical information at the fingertips of all who engage in pastoral ministry a way to better understand, appreciate, and thereby minister to the new immigrant groups that have changed the face of American Catholicism.

Vietnamese Catholics often have the opportunity to worship together, using the facilities of the American parishes. By and large, the relation between Vietnamese-American Catholics and the hierarchy of the American Catholic Church has been marked by mutual respect and friendly collaboration.

Only extremely rarely was the relationship between. Vietnamese-American Catholics (Pastoral Spirituality Series) by Peter C.

Phan, NovemPaulist Press edition, Paperback in EnglishPages: Vietnamese-American Catholics by Peter C.

Phan. $ Free shipping. THE CHINESE RITES CONTROVERSY from Its Beginning to Modern Times. $ + $ shipping. Catholic Bibles, Catholic Books, Music CDs in Vietnamese, catechism of the catholic church, Vietnamese Paper Money, PMG Vietnamese Paper Money,Seller Rating: % positive. There are needs and challenges that confront Vietnamese American Catholics as well, especially as the next generations are influenced by a more secular American culture.

This book is a snapshot description about a community who rebuilt their faith life by sustaining family values, culture, and Catholic devotional practices. Table of contents for Vietnamese-American Catholics / by Peter C.

Phan. Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog. Note: Contents data are machine generated based on pre-publication provided by the publisher. Description: "With the first book in this new series from Paulist Press, Fr.

Peter C. Phan presents the history of Christianity in Vietnam, the conditions of Vietnamese Catholics in America, the challenges facing Vietnamese-American Catholics today, and suggestions on how to meet them."--BOOK.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Peter C. Phan (Vietnamese: Phêrô Phan Đình Cho; born January 5, ) is a Vietnamese-born American Catholic theologian and the inaugural holder of the Ellacuria Chair of Catholic Social Thought at Georgetown University.

The dissertation examines the presence of the Vietnamese Catholic refugees in the American Catholic Church. Through the process of "culture negotiation," the dissertation examines the history of Vietnam, the process of refugee assimilation, the appropriation of the doctrine of the Trinity as a support in the process of culture negotiation.

Vietnamese American Catholics are an important part of the Church in the United States. Their story is one condition by war, refugee plight, and resettlement. It was their unwavering faith that helped them overcome these obstacles and which continues to bring a new energy to the Church.

Many religious and priestly vocations are an example.the preface to his book, Vietnamese-American Catholics, Peter C. Phan (b) stated that there are now over one million Vietnamese living in the United States, of which overof them are Catholic.

Archdiocesan demographics do not break down membership by country of origin.Mexican-American Catholics is the third book in the Paulist Press Pastoral Spirituality Series, following Vietnamese-American Catholics by Peter C.

Phan and American Eastern Catholics by Fred J. Saato. Author Fr. Fernandez presents the history of Christianity in Mexico via Spain, the conditions of Mexican Catholics in America, and the challenges facing Mexican-American Catholics, as well as.