Vietnamese Catholics inspired by special mercy concert
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The performance is part of a wide range of programs to celebrate the Jubilee Year of Mercy
Pius X Chorus performs a hymn at the Contemplating the Countenance of Mercy concert at Ho Chi Minh City Archdiocese’s Pastoral Center on Oct. 10. (Photo supplied)
ucanews.com reporter, Ho Chi Minh City
October 14, 2016
Catholics in Vietnam were inspired to be witness to mercy in their daily lives by a special concert that was part of a series of events to commemorate the Jubilee Year of Mercy.
Some 500 people attended the concert, themed Contemplating the Countenance of Mercy organized by the Vietnamese bishops' Episcopal Commission on Holy Music at Ho Chi Minh City Archdiocese’s Pastoral Center on Oct. 10.
The event featured 15 hymns in English and Vietnamese reflecting on God’s mercy. The hymns were performed by Catholic singers and the archdiocese’s Pius X Chorus.
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