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Christmas congratulations delive

Christmas congratulations delivered to Phan Thiet Bishopric

BTO- Standing Deputy scretary of the provincial Party committee Huynh Thanh Canh visited Phan Thiet Bishopric and extended his best wishes and congratulations to bishops and parishioners on December 22nd afternoon.

On behalf of the province’s leaders, Mr. Canh presented flowers and gifts to Bishop Vu Duy Thong and sent out his christmas greetings to the entire parishioners, wishing a warm and peaceful festive season to all. Deputy Secretary Huynh Thanh Canh praised the aweful contribution and donations of the Church officals and followers to the province’s development, hoping that the Catholic community would continue maintain their goodwills and contributions. He urged the bishops and pastors to propagandize and encourage followers to abide by the policies and Law of the Party and State.

The bishops expressed their faithful satisfaction for the in-depth care of the Party and Government by visiting and gifting them on the occasion of Christmas 2016. Bishop Vu Duy Thong promised to call upon parishioners to follow the Law and State’s policies as the guideline of “good life - good religion”.

My Thien (Source: Binh Thuan Online)

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