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OBV in Media

Vietnamese Catholics hold annual festival

By Jack Smith
Carthage, MO
Marian Days has all the markings of a Midwest county fair: It’s crowded and hot; people carry around ice cream, popsicles, funnel cakes, and specialty foods. There are concessions and food stalls and bands playing loud music, and there are long lines.
Except at this fair, the specialty foods have names like pho, bún, and bánh mì; the bands are singing to Jesus and Mary; the concessions are selling rosaries and CDs from singing priests, and the lines are for the sacrament of penance.
Friday, 30 April 2010 03:13

Tony becomes a voice! Can you?

This is a Trailer of a Documentary - Tony and his friend interview Father Martino about children sex slavery!  The full movie will be posted up after the Screening!  and here is a message from an email Tony sent to Father Martino:

Hi Cha, (Hello Father Martino)

We are finalizing our film on Sex Trafficking in Atlanta and will be screening it at EyeDrum in downtown Atlanta on May 8th at 7:30pm.  It will be great if you can come and enjoy the film along with 5 other films from my classmates and see yourself on the screen as well! We have a trailer for the film and ask if you can get this on your websites. It will be a full house that day so seats are limited and is on a first come first served basis. Thank you Cha for the interview!  You can contact tony at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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