• Caritas Hue: Communication and Activities in Thach Binh Parish
  • Caritas Hue: Communication and Activities in Thach Binh Parish

    With the awareness that more and more people understand about HIV disease, open their hearts to avoid stigmatization and discrimination against H-infected people and pass them on to the community to support HIV-infected people to integrate into the community, on March 14, 2021. Caritas Hue continues to communicate to the parents at Thach Binh Parish.

  • The Mass of laying the first stone, officially started construction of the flood-control house at Tien Nghia Parish, Ha Tinh Diocese
  • The Mass of laying the first stone, officially started construction of the flood-control house at Tien Nghia Parish, Ha Tinh Diocese

    After the historic flood in October 2020, many relief teams went to Tien Nghia to help and many people shed tears when directly witnessing the situation of the people here. The Bishop of Ha Tinh Diocese, Bishop Paul Nguyen Thai Hop and Caritas Vietnam 's survey team, Caritas Ha Tinh have come here many times after the flood to provide relief to the people. What everyone here recognizes and dreams of is that this place needs a solid house, high enough and strong enough for each flood, people have a place to live, for valuable applications such as motorbikes. , electronics and even pets. However, for them, dream is forever a dream, because they are struggling every day to eat.

  • Caritas Saigon: Supporting the Disabled with Prosthetics
  • Caritas Saigon: Supporting the Disabled with Prosthetics

    On the morning of March 2, 2021 Caritas Archdiocese of Saigon supported three patients with the delivery of new prosthetics.  Mr. A.B. in Kon Tum, Mr. T.K. in Dac Nong and brother N.Y. in Hoc Mon had prosthetics installed at the Orthopedics and Rehabilitation Center of Ho Chi Minh City in Ward 7, District 3. 

  • The homeless drug addict who became a professor
  • The homeless drug addict who became a professor

    Jesse Thistle spent more than a decade on the streets and in jail. But despite this he has managed to become an expert on the culture of his Indigenous Canadian ancestors - with the help of his mother, from whom he was separated as a young child.