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Archdiocese of Ho Chi Minh City

Archbishop Joseph Nguyên Nang
Archbishop Nguyên Nang
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Archbishop Joseph Nguyên Nang
Toa Tong Giam Muc,
180 Nguyen Dink Chieu, Q. 3,
Thanh-Pho Ho Chi Minh, Viet Nam

Phone: (08)3930.3828
Fax :3930.0598
Email: [email protected]

Archbishop Joseph Nguyen Nang was born on 24 November, 1953 at Phuc Nhac parish in Ninh Binh province. He was accompanied by his family to flee to the southern province of Dong Nai in 1954.

He entered St Joseph Minor Seminary in Saigon 1962 and then studied philosophy and theology at St Pius X Pontifical Institute based in Da Lat city in 1970-1977. He was ordained priest for Xuan Loc diocese on 9 June, 1990 before he was sent abroad to further his studies in Rome in 1998.

He obtained a doctorate in dogmatic theology in 2002. After he returned home, he served as rector of Xuan Loc Major Seminary before he was named bishop of Phat Diem 25 July, 2009. His episcopal ordination was on 8 September that year.

On 19 Oct 2019, Pope Francis appointed him as the Archbishop of Ho Chi Minh diocese.

Previous Ordinaries:

  • Auxiliary Bishop Joseph Do Manh Hung (Apostolic Administrator: 8 Mar 2018 to 11 Dec 2019)
  • Archbishop Paul Bui Van Doc (22 Mar 2014 Succeeded - 6 Mar 2018 Died)
  • Auxiliary Bishop Pierre Van Kham Nguyen (Oct. 15, 2008 - July 28, 2014 transferred to My Tho diocese)
  • Apostolic Administrator Bishop Nicolas Huynh Van Nghi (1995-1998)
  • Cardinal Archbishop Jean Baptiste Minh Man Pham (1965-2014)
  • Archbishop Paul Nguyen Van Binh (1960-1995)
  • Bishop Simon Hoa Nguyen Van Hien (1955-1960)
  • Bishop Jean Cassaigne (1941-1955)
  • Bishop Isidore Marie Joseph Dumortier (1925-1940)
  • Bishop Victor Charles Quinton (1920-1924)
  • Bishop Lucien Emile Mossard (1899-1920)
  • Bishop Jean Marie Depierre (1895-1898)
  • Bishop Isidor Francois Joseph Colombert (1873-1894)
  • Bishop Jean Claude Miche (1864-1873)
  • Bishop Dominique Lefebvre (1844-1864)
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