The Church in Vietnam

October 1999
America;10/23/99, Vol. 181 Issue 12, p11
Presents an interview with Joseph Nguyen-Cong-Doan, a Vietnamese Jesuit, about the church in Vietnam. Details of government's relationship with the church; Information on seminarian training; Facts about women's vocations.


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