Tag Archives: Church of the Holy Martyrs

“Out of all God’s creation, you and I are His masterpiece…”

Megan Marley “The first obligation we have at the beginning of any New Year, at the beginning of this New Year, is to offer a sacrifice of praise and thanksgiving to God for His abundant love in creating us and all that exists,” said Bishop James Johnston January 25 to the Vietnamese-American community packing the […]

Ringing in the New (Lunar) Year with Mass and culture

Church of the Holy Martyrs celebrated the New Year a bit early this year.

The Year of the Rooster celebrated with Mass and dragons

Tet, the most important annual celebration in Vietnamese culture, fell on Jan. 28, bringing in the Lunar New Year of the Rooster.

Time is a gift from God, says bishop at New Year celebration

As he helped celebrate the lunar new year, Bishop James V. Johnston, Jr. passed along a bit of American culture,

Too busy for Tet? Not Bishop Finn on a busy weekend

The extra effort was noted.

Vietnamese parish puts God at center of celebration

As the parish does every year for the celebration of their culture’s biggest holiday, Church of the Holy Martyrs put the “celebrate” in the celebration of Mass.

Parish puts God at center of lunar new year celebration

Bishop Finn joins the Church of the Holy Martyrs in their celebration of the Tet Mass

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February 16, 2020
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph