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Friday, 04 April 2014 16:34

Joy or Burden?

Thinh Phuc Pham, Master Degree in Education, is lecturing the participants.

On Sunday night of March 16, 2014, Mr. Thinh Phuc Pham of the Counseling Center of "Love - Marriage – Familty" Bridge to Happiness had talked on the topic entitled "Learning - Joy or Burden" to more than 60 high school students at Bui Phat Parish hall.

Monday, 31 March 2014 14:52

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Three days before the fundraising event "More than a thousand words" (July 14th, 2013) in the capital of refugees - Orange County in The USA, Sister Maria Joseph Ho Ngoc – OBV General manager in Vietnam - arrived. It was the first time she first set foot in America (July 11, 2013) as a live witness on behalf of thousands of words of the children who have been saved and raised by One Body Village (OBV) in Vietnam.

Wednesday, 21 August 2013 00:00

Mom has come back to Vietnam safely!



After more than a month going on business in the US, Sister Maria Joseph Ho Ngoc – General Manager of OBV Vietnam House – landed at Tan Son Nhat International Airport safely at 12:00 p.m on August 22nd, 2012.

Sunday, 21 July 2013 01:24

Written From a Foreign Country

Truly, I didn't want to travel because travelling alone was a new experience which made me feel like a fish out of water. However, I always acknowledge myself as a person who likes discovering and learning new things. I've never dared to think that I would go to The US one day... but now it came true.

Wednesday, 26 March 2014 19:33

One voice – One Life Save

Training Workshop is kicked off in the morning, everyone are acquainting with each other.

As scheduled at 5PM on March 21, 2014, the delegation departed to Can Tho for the two-day training of "Parenting Skills". The training location will take place at 'Our Lady Mary' Parish with 50 participants including Catholics and non-Catholics.

The parish had been led by Father Vincent Tho Van Vo - a priest who came from poverty chose the path to God and committed his lifetime to serving others, serving the poor with practical deeds, his own life and in the lyrics, in singing. Yes, he has usually known under the musician Priest nickname Thai Nguyen.

Wednesday, 26 March 2014 18:18

The Heart in the Month of Lent

Father Thomas and Mrs. Ngoc Tuyen (The Communications Committee of Ho Chi Minh City Diocese) donated rice to the OBV (One Body Village) organization.

The muggy weather and the intense sun in the past few days drove people not willing to step out of the house. However, there was one priest remained silently driving the motorcycle from one district to another to collect the donation for the unfortunate lives.

Father Thomas lobbied the sponsors giving each box of instant noodles, dried fish, sweet potatoes, sacks of rice, fish sauce, salt, soap ... Father Toma drove all donations by himself to the needy home, the Disabilities and Cerebral Palsy Center. Doing the work of a good shepherd silently.

Friday, 21 March 2014 22:03

If She Hadn't Come

Welcome, Trixy! Visiting the children at OBV home 9th district

Though Ms. Trixy might have felt uneasy for having postponed the date to visit the children, she did have a valid reason, namely chronic pain which has to treated with acupuncture daily. At last she was able to schedule her visit on a weekend, exactly on March 8 – International Women's Day. She even brought the children home-made delicacies: cream puffs, cakes and rice cake with sausage.

"Welcome, welcome hooray ..."

The OBV children in Cambodia joyfully greet the Radio Saigon Houston delegates – Mr. Duong Phuc, Mrs. Thanh Thuy , Mr. Quang Tuyen and Mr. Chau Tran - their visit and communication. After attending the Holy Ash Wednesday Mass with the children, arriving the house, the children welcomed the delegation with an acclaimed song.

Friday, 07 March 2014 15:28

At the Same Time

Sweltering humid noon but the sunshine smiles on the faces of the hosts as well as the guests.

The OBV organization had never welcomed a such crowded delegation. Usually only Uncle or Mother visited, but today it was special. At the same time, there were Grandpa, Uncles, Aunts in the OBV organization, volunteering spouses Dinh and Thu from Australia, and also Dad and Aunt of the victimized child.

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