I was born in Vietnam to a Catholic family of nine children. I moved to the United States when I was 12 years old. I have spent most of my time working in Information Technology since graduating from college. I was involved in a small community church as an altar server, Eucharistic minister, and fundraiser whenever the Church needed to help the poor back in my homeland.
I always wanted to become a priest when I was a child, to preach and to bring the Gospel of God to help the poor. I am incredibly grateful that God has opened this door for me. I am thankful that Fr. Kiely, Fr. Miceli, and Fr. Daily accepted me. Lastly, I always appreciate that Bishop Frank J. Dewane has sent me to Pope St. John XXIII to continue my priestly formation.