Vietnamese American Catholics are an important part of the Church in the United States. Their story is one conditioned by war, refugee plight, and resettlement. It was their unwavering faith that helped them overcome these obstacles and which continues to bring a new energy to the Church. Many religious and priestly vocations are an example.
There are needs and challenges that confront Vietnamese American Catholics as well, especially as the next generations are influenced by a more secular American culture. This book is a snapshot description about a community who rebuilt their faith life by sustaining family values, culture, and Catholic devotional practices.