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Jean-Baptiste Ph?m Minh M?n
Gioan Baotixia Ph?m Minh M?n
Cardinal & Archbishop Emeritus of Thành ph? H? Chí Minh
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Appointed1 March 1998
Term ended22 March 2014 (Retired)
PredecessorPaul Nguy?n V?n Bình
SuccessorPaul Bùi V?n c
Other postsCardinal-Priest of San Giustino
Orders
Ordination25 May 1965
by Jacques Nguy?n Ng?c Quang
Consecration11 August 1993
by Emmanuel Lê Phong Thu?n
Created cardinal21 October 2003
by John Paul II
RankCardinal-Priest
Personal details
Birth nameJean-Baptiste Ph?m Minh M?n
Born (1934-03-05) 5 March 1934 (age 85)
Cà Mau, Vietnam
NationalityVietnamese
DenominationRoman Catholic
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MottoSicut dilexi (English: As I have loved; Vietnamese: Nh? th?y yêu thng)
Coat of armsJean-Baptiste Ph?m Minh M?n Gioan Baotixia Ph?m Minh M?n's coat of arms
Styles of
Jean-Baptiste Ph?m Minh M?n
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Reference styleHis Eminence
Spoken styleYour Eminence
Informal styleCardinal
SeeHo Chi Minh City (emeritus)

Jean-Baptiste Ph?m Minh M?n (Vietnamese: Gioan Baotixia Ph?m Minh M?n) (born 5 March 1934)[1] is a cardinal priest and archbishop emeritus of Ho Chi Minh City in the Roman Catholic Church.

Biography

Born in Cà Mau, Vietnam, Asia, M?n studied in C?n Th? and Saigon, and was ordained a priest on 25 May 1965, serving the diocese of C?n Th?.[]

After studying in the United States, M?n taught in Vietnam for a number of years. In 1993, he was appointed Coadjutor Bishop of M? Tho and promoted to Archbishop of H? Chí Minh City in 1998. He officiated at a mass in La Vang in 1998 for the 200th anniversary of the apparition of the Virgin Mary, the largest Vietnamese Catholic event up to that time.[2]

M?n was elevated to cardinal in the consistory of 21 October 2003 by Pope John Paul II, and was one of the cardinal electors who participated in the 2005 papal conclave that selected Pope Benedict XVI.

On 7 March 2013, M?n was the last cardinal to arrive to attend the 2013 papal conclave to select the successor to Pope Benedict XVI.[3] The conclave subsequently elected Pope Francis.

On 28 September 2013, Pope Francis appointed Bishop Paul Bùi V?n c, previously (since 1999) serving as Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of M? Tho, Vietnam (one of the Archdiocese of H? Chí Minh City's suffragan dioceses), as Coadjutor Archbishop of the Archdiocese.[4]

On 22 March 2014, Pope Francis accepted the resignation of Cardinal M?n due to age limit. Coadjutor Archbishop Paul Bùi V?n c succeeded him as Archbishop of H? Chí Minh City.[5]

Events

  • 5 Mar 1934: Born in Cà Mau
  • 25 May 1965: Ordained Priest
  • 22 Mar 1993: Appointed Coadjutor Bishop of M? Tho
  • 11 Aug 1993: Ordained Bishop
  • 1 Mar 1998: Appointed Archbishop of H? Chí Minh City
  • 21 Oct 2003: Appointed Cardinal-Priest of San Giustino
  • 23 Nov 2003: Installed Cardinal-Priest of San Giustino
  • 22 Mar 2014: Retired Archbishop of H? Chí Minh City

References

  1. ^ Metropolitan Archbishops of Thành-Phô Hô Chí Minh GigaCatholic.com
  2. ^ "Pilgrims meet for largest Catholic festival in Vietnam". Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Associated Press. 15 August 1998. Retrieved 2015.
  3. ^ Greene, Richard Allen; Smith-Spark, Laura (7 March 2013). "Final cardinal expected in Rome ahead of vote on pope". CNN. Retrieved 2013.
  4. ^ http://press.vatican.va/content/salastampa/en/bollettino/pubblico/2013/09/28/0615/01375.html
  5. ^ http://ncronline.org/news/global/vietnamese-cardinal-praised-living-out-god-s-love

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