Diocese of Hung Hoa

Bishop Vu

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Bishop John Marie Tat Vu

Bishop’s House – 5 Le Loi, Son Tay town, Ha Noi city

+84 4 3383 2453 – Mobile: 0913 517 448

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jmvutat@gmail.com

Jean-Marie Vu Tat, now becomes bishop of Hung Hoa. The diocese former auxiliary, Vu Tat was born March 10, 1944 in the village of Ben Thon, in the province of Son Tay. He entered the diocesan minor seminary, but was forced to leave when it was closed by the regime. He continued his studies in philosophy and theology at the residence of the bishop, working to support himself. He succeeded in completing his formation at the major seminary of Hanoi, and was ordained priest on 1st April 1987, when he finally got permission from the government.

From 1987 to 1992 he was in charge of the vocational centre for the diocese, then, until 1998 was an assistant diocesan administrator. Meanwhile, in 1997, he obtained a license in canon law in Rome, at the Urbanianum University. From 1998-2003 he was assistant to the Bishop, director of the pastoral mission in the province of Lao Cai and then a professor of canon law and vice-rector at the major seminary of Hanoi: On 29 March 2010 he was appointed auxiliary bishop of Hung Hoa.On March 1st 2011 he was Appointed as the Bishop of Hung Hoá, ViêtNam.And on 22nd March 2011 he Installed as the Bishop of Hung Hoá, ViêtNam .

Previous Ordinaries:

  • Bishop Gustave André Ferdinand Raballand, M.E.P. (1956-1962)
  • Bishop Jean-Baptiste Maximilien Chabalier, M.E.P. (1937-1955)
  • Bishop Valentin Herrgott, M.E.P. (1928-1936)
  • Bishop Jean-Claude Bouchut, M.E.P. (1902-1928)
  • Bishop Jean-Baptiste Grosgeorge, M.E.P. (1896-1902)
  • Bishop Marie-Laurent-François-Xavier Cordier, M.E.P. (1882-1895)
  • Bishop Jean-Claude Miche, M.E.P. (1850-1873)

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