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Nicolas Hu%E1%BB%B3nh V%C4%83n Nghi
Nicolas Hu?nh V?n Nghi
Bishop Emeritus of Phan Thi?t
SeeDiocese of Phan Thi?t
Installed6 December 1979
Term ended1 April 2005
SuccessorPaul Nguy?n Thanh Hoan
Orders
Ordination29 June 1953
Consecration11 August 1974
by Agnelo Rossi
Personal details
Born(1927-05-01)1 May 1927
Saigon, French Cochinchina
Died6 May 2015(2015-05-06) (aged 88)
Phan Thi?t, Vietnam
NationalityVietnamese
DenominationRoman Catholic
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MottoDeus caritas est (Vietnamese: Thiên Chúa là Tình Yêu, English: God is Love)

Nicolas Hu?nh V?n Nghi (1 May 1927 - 6 May 2015) was a Vietnamese Roman Catholic prelate. He was Bishop of Phan Thi?t from 1974 to 2005.

Biography

Born in V?nh H?i, Saigon, he was sent to the Issy-les-Moulineaux Seminary in France to complete his studies and was ordained a priest in June 1953 at the Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris. He then returned to teach in his native country and was named pastor of Gò V?p Parish (1961-1965) and Tân nh Parish (1965-1974).

On 1 July 1974, the Holy See appointed him Auxiliary Bishop of Saigon (present-day Ho Chi Minh City). On 11 August 1974, at the Notre-Dame Saigon, he was ordained Titular Bishop of Selsea by Cardinal Agnelo Rossi, Prefect of the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples. On 19 March 1975, Father Nicolas was appointed Apostolic Administrator of the Diocese of Phan Thi?t. In 1979, he was officially appointed as Bishop of Phan Thi?t.

In 1993, he was named Apostolic Administrator of the Archdiocese of Ho Chi Minh City, due to poor health condition and then death of Archbishop Paul Nguy?n V?n Bình, until the installation of Archbishop Jean-Baptiste Ph?m Minh M?n in 1998. On 1 April 2005, Bishop Nicolas resigned due to age limit, and was succeeded by Paul Nguy?n Thanh Hoan. He died on 6 May 2015, five days after his 88th birthday, at the Bishop's Residence in Phan Thi?t.

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