Do you know these Vietnamese deacons?

Thưa Quí Thầy,

Tình cờ, em vừa khám phá ra hình hai người Việt Nam vừa mới chị̣u chức Phó tế Vĩnh viễ̉n tại Worcester, Massachusetts…ngày 31 tháng 5 năm 2014.

Thế mà chúng ta không được ai thông báo cho biết.  Xin xem video dưới đây.

Hình hai thầy và phu nhân có thể thấy tại số phút 6:00,  at the 6.00 on minute marker of the video.

Ordination Video May 31, 2014 – Click here to see more.

Ai quen hai Tân Phó Tế này, xin giới thiệu cho chúng em cùng biết với nhá. Xin Cám ơn.

 

10 to be ordained Catholic deacons

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Incoming permanent deacons, in top row from left, are Paul R. Connolly, Dominick F. DeMartino, Richard A Menard III, Peter Quy Nguyen, and Quat Van Tran. New transitional deacons preparing for the priesthood are in the bottom row. From left are Andres Araque, Daniel Moreno, Juan Ramirez and Stephen Lundrigan and Brother Ronald Sibugan, AA. (SUBMITTED PHOTOS)
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  1. More news on these Vietnamese permanent deacons, ordained May 31st 2014

    WORCESTER — Ten men will be ordained to the Roman Catholic diaconate at services to be held next weekend at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul.

    Five of those will be ordained as transitional deacons, a step in preparation for the priesthood. The others will ordained permanent deacons and will be assigned ministerial duties at the parish level.

    The five to be ordained permanent deacons are: Paul R. Connolly, Dominick F. DeMartino, Richard Menard III, Peter Quy Nguyen, and Quat Van Tran.

    Those to be ordained transitional deacons are: Andres Araque, Daniel Moreno, Juan Ramirez, Stephen Lundrigan, and Brother Ronald Sibugan.

    Mr. Connolly, who attended Boston University and Anna Maria College, is a resident of Oxford and is a member of St. Roch Parish, Oxford. He is a field service specialist for Xerox Corp.

    Mr. Connolly and his wife, Kerry, have a son.

    Mr. DeMartino, who attended Carnegie Mellon University, lives in Brookfield and is a member of St. Joseph Parish in Charlton. He is a senior components engineer at Bose Corp.

    He and his wife, Linda, have two children.

    Mr. Menard, who graduated from Quinsigamond Community College and Anna Maria College, lives in Sturbridge and is a member of St. Joseph Parish, Charlton. He is a lieutenant with the Becker College Police.

    He and his wife, Diane, have three children.

    Mr. Nguyen lives in Worcester and is a member of St. Peter’s Parish. He is a mathematics teacher in the Worcester public school system.

    He and his wife, June, have three children.

    Mr. Nguyen holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, as well as a master’s degree in pastoral ministry from Anna Maria College.

    Mr. Tran, who studied at Northeastern University and Worcester State College, lives in Worcester and is a member of Our Lady of Vilna Parish. He is a retired Worcester public school teacher.

    He and his wife, Kim, have three children.

    Mr. Araque, Mr. Ramirez, and Mr. Moreno are seminarians at St. Mary’s Seminary in Baltimore and are natives of Colombia.

    Mr. Araque’s summer assignments have been at St. Paul’s Parish in Blackstone, Our Lady of the Rosary Parish in Gardner, St. Anne Parish in Southboro, St. Patrick Parish in Northbridge, Good Shepherd Church in Northbridge. He attended the Pontifical University Bolivariana in Colombia and Clark University.

    Mr. Moreno’s summer assignments have been at St. Louis Parish in Webster, St. Anthony Parish in Dudley, and St. Anthony Parish in Fitchburg. He attended the Pontifical University Bolivariana in Colombia and Clark University.

    Mr. Ramirez’s summer assignments have been at St. Anthony of Padua Parish in Fitchburg and St. Vincent Hospital. He attended Clark University.

    Mr. Lundrigan, who graduated from St. Anselm College in New Hampshire and who holds a master’s degree in counseling psychology from Assumption College, is a seminarian at St. John’s Seminary in Boston and is a parishioner at Our Lady of the Angels Parish.

    He will be serving at St. Anthony of Padua Parish in Fitchburg this summer.

    Brother Sibugan, who holds a master’s degree of divinity in philosophy and in theology from Boston College, is a native of the Philippines and is a member of the Augustinians of the Assumption.

    Diaconate means “service” and it comes from the Greek word “diakonia.”

    Both types of deacons assist priests in the celebration of the Mass by distributing Communion, reading the Gospel, and preaching. They also assist at and bless marriages and can preside over funerals and wake services.

    According to the diocesan directory that is published by The Catholic Free Press, there are 90 permanent deacons serving the Diocese of Worcester. According to the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, there are 18,000 permanent deacons in the United States.

    The ordinations will take place at 10 a.m. Saturday at the cathedral, at High and Chatham streets.

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