Category Archives: Forgiveness

Vincent Pham's 5 Notable Moments of 2019

Where can I start when I think of when I speak of 2019? It was honestly a very busy year that in ways, turned my life around and gave me different perspectives for the new decade ahead. As 2019 winds … Continue reading

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Vincent Pham’s 5 Notable Moments of 2018

It has become a tradition for me to sit down at the end of the previous year and the beginning the new year to reflect on the events of the past year. This year, I chose not to call this … Continue reading

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Vincent’s Top 5 Moments of 2017

Last year, I started this website to have an online presence, a digital footprint and as part of my efforts to evangelize. Thanks to this website, I have been convinced at how powerful a digital portfolio can be. From time … Continue reading

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Vincent’s Top 5 Moments of 2016

2016 is coming to a close and 2017 is opening its door very soon. In the last moments of the year, the Church sings the Te Deum Laudamus (We Praise Thee, O God) to express the Church’s thanksgiving to God for … Continue reading

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Vincent Pham’s 10 Ways to Celebrate an Authentic Catholic Christmas

Christmas is one of the most busiest times in the Catholic Church. However, because of all the fuss over this specific season in parishes, I seem to have better love for the seasons of Lent and Easter Season than Advent and … Continue reading

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“Forgive Them!”

I recently read a very sad article about a Christian girl who was burned alive by ISIS as her mother failed to pay a religious tax. As the girl lay dying in her mother’s arms, she said “Forgive them”. This … Continue reading

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