In a succinct form, Peter N. V. Hai traces the historical growth of the Church in Vietnam from its beginning (1533) to its present maturation. He brings out salient features of such development: the lay people’s exemplary witness of faith, at times to the point of shedding their blood, their fidelity to the Church, and their zeal for lay ministry. At present they are taking a fuller role in the evangelizing mission of the Church.



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