VIETNAM: Widows and single mothers have joined ‘OMI Charity’, the charitable arm of the Oblate missionaries serve “chao”, a traditional breakfast to patients.
VIETNAM: A weekly food-for-patients program has helped 200-400 disadvantaged people since September.
Oblate Scholastic Deacon reports from Sri Lanka his experience about dialogue of life with Buddhists.
“Go and Do” (Lk 10,37) was the theme of the second Oblate Youth Day of the Vietnam Mission (VOYD).
The new building of the OMI Scholasticate was blessed and inaugurated in Lái Thiêu, Vietnam.
In joy, the Oblates of Vietnam hosted the perpetual oblation of three of their family members: – […]
It was a beautiful day on May 9 at the Binh Nham Novitiate of Vietnam Mission. It […]
Responding to the call of the Superior General and uniting with nearly 4,000 Oblates in over 65 […]
On April 25-27, the Vietnam mission organized ongoing formation for the Vietnamese Oblate priests. This is the […]
The Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate have been assigned their first parish in Vietnam, marking a watershed […]