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    • December 14
      - Clarion Herald
      Bishop Dominic Mai Luong, the first bishop of Vietnamese descent in the United States and the founding father of the Vietnamese Catholic community in the Archdiocese of New Orleans, died Dec. 6 in Orange, California, where he had served as auxiliary bishop since 2003.
    • December 14
      - Clarion Herald
      Speaking at Father Cazenavette’s Funeral Mass Dec. 7 at St. Rita Church in Harahan, Father Bruno said his friend since their days studying for the priesthood at Notre Dame Seminary “often lamented, that we, even the church, too often focused on us and left God out of the equation. And his lament … was that we didn’t put enough emphasis on God, who is everything to us if we believe in the creed. He should dictate our whole lives and our schedules.”
    • December 14
    • December 13
      - Clarion Herald
      Inside the parish hall of St. Gabriel the Archangel Church in New Orleans, the personal stories flowed as freely as the tears. One by one, descendants of the 272 enslaved men, women and children sold as a group in 1838 to a Louisiana plantation by the Jesuits who ran Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., partially to relieve the school’s debts, described what it was like upon learning, through the meticulous records kept and maintained for nearly 200 years by the Society of Jesus, their hidden and bitter family story.
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