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 In 1975, the South Republic of Vietnam lost the bloody civil war to the North Socialist Regime which had lasted for over 25 years. Hundreds of thousands of Vietnamese had fled the country in fear of retaliation from the atheist government on political and religious grounds.

Read more: Difficult journey of Vietnamese Catholics brought them to San Bernardino

By Michael Madrigal

 The Native American Catholic community continues our journey of faith together with the entire faithful of our Diocese as we celebrate 40 years since its establishment. 

Read more: Native American Catholics share culture and spirituality with the Diocese

 In our 29-year journey of faith in the Diocese of San Bernardino the Korean Catholic community has been able to feel the touch of God. In addition, due to the infinite love of God and trust of the Diocese, our community liturgy that started with a small family has grown to such a state that we can praise God for the increased number of believers.

Read more: Korean culture of the “warm heart’ details its journey in the Diocese

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