Vincent Pham, known as The Catholic Man by many of his friends, is a student at the University of Toronto’s Trinity College of the Faculty of Arts and Science. He hopes to pursue a double major in Ethics, Law and Society, and Christianity and Culture. Vincent is an alumni of Chaminade College School in Toronto (Class of 2019). He has a great love for all things Catholic, especially Catholic liturgy.
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Let’s go back to basics… I remember when I started writing on this blog, I never really spoke much about myself. My topics seemed to be too general so now, I want to speak bit about myself.
Christmas is only a couple days away. Christmas Eve falls on a Sunday this year. Though that may mean a short Advent, there have been many who have been confused about how many Masses they have to attend on December … Continue reading
Some Catholics may ask, “What happened to all the statues? Why are they veiled?”. It is customary for many churches to veil statues and sacred images starting the Vespers of the Fifth Sunday of Lent (also known as the First … Continue reading
I am very excited to join the youth from across the Archdiocese of Toronto and surrounding dioceses at the Steubenville Toronto Conference starting Friday July 22. I am attending the conference with Vietnamese Martyrs Parish, Toronto. I thank the Parish and Youth and Young Adults Ministries for sponsoring this event for the youth at the Parish. During the days leading to the conference, I take some time to think about the spiritual fruits I hope to receive from this conference. Continue reading
It is the truth that Sunday Mass is boring to many Catholics, right? Often, since it is boring, many Catholics do not even go to Mass any more. Sometimes, excuses are made, “Oh, the Father A’s homily was too long”, … Continue reading