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Cardinal Nguyen Van Thuan

In 1975 as the Communists finally overtook South Vietnam, Archbishop Thuan was picked up in Saigon and began 13 years of imprisonment, including several years in solitary confinement. Highly intelligent, able and gifted, and above all a man of deep faith, Thuan’s spiritual journey - along with his life before and after - is chronicled here. Thuan’s story has become a remarkable testimony to Christian love, fortitude and forgiveness, where the light of hope never dims. In 2001, John Paul II made him a Cardinal. He died the following year.

An Hour with John Paul II

An Hour with Mother Teresa

An Hour with St Padre Pio

An Hour with St Anthony of Padua

An Hour with St Francis of Assisi

An Hour with St Joseph

Prayers for New Drivers

Living Together

25 Tough Questions on the Catholic Faith

Walking in Truth

Dying in Christ

The History of the Mass Explained

When you and your teacher don't get along

What is Heaven?

Taking your family to Mass and liking it

Making & Keeping Good Friends

Finding Life's Purpose

Novena to the Holy Spirit

Is Jesus really present in the Eucharist?

Why Go to Mass?

Why do Catholics pray before the Blessed Sacrament?

How to prepare yourself for confession


What is Eucharistic Adoration?

The Heart of the Sermon on the Mount

Why should I go to Mass on Sunday?

Why Priestly Celibacy?

Prayer, Fasting & Almsgiving

Get Married or Live together?

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