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Mang Lang Church, Ho Chi Minh City

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Mang Lang Church (in Vietnamese: Nhà thờ Mằng Lăng) is a Roman Catholic church in Vietnam, Phú Yên Province, 35 km from Tuy Hòa.

The church was built in 1892 by French missionary Father Joseph Lacassagne in gothic style. This place was the native village of blessed Andrew of Phu Yen beheaded in 1644. It is now an important shrine, as Andrew was declared Patron of the youth.

Alexander de Rhodes wrote here his Cathechismus in octo dies in Latin and Vietnamese (Quốc ngữ) and printed it in 1651.

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  • Mang Lang Church is a Catholic church in Tuy An district, Phu Yen province. This is the church of Màng Lăng Parish, the birthplace of Blessed Andrew Phu Yen, one of the martyrs of the Catholic...  more »
  • Stopped by this historic catholic church built in 1892. Reminds me of the old church in Hanoi which was built around the same time by the French. Original condition in need of some renovation, still.....  more »
  • Big, Old and beautiful church.
  • We come here in the evening and it was a magiс, beautiful and spiritual. Like to cave of Andre Phu Yen

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