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Anna L. Weaver

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Hawaii Catholic Herald

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Hawaii Catholic Herald

1184 Bishop Street

Honolulu, Hawaii,96813

United States

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Foster-Walker Housing Complex

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Freshmen Theater Workshop

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Anna Weaver
(808) 585-3320 (direct) aweaver@rcchawaii.org


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By Anna Weaver | Hawaii Catholic Herald
Thirty years after she fled communist Vietnam with her family, Daughter of St. Paul Sister Gioan Linh Nguyen last month fulfilled her long-held desire to return home. For me, it was a graceful moment, just a blessing to go back, said Sister Linh as she is known here of her 16-day trip spent touring the country where she was born, and visiting family and members of her religious community. She was only nine when her family left the war-torn country on a boat in 1977 in search of freedom fearing persecution because her father had been in the South Vietnamese military.


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By Anna Weaver | Hawaii Catholic Herald
Thirty years after she fled communist Vietnam with her family, Daughter of St. Paul Sister Gioan Linh Nguyen last month fulfilled her long-held desire to return "home." "For me, it was a graceful moment, just a blessing to go back," said Sister Linh as she is known here of her 16-day trip spent touring the country where she was born, and visiting family and members of her religious community. She was only nine when her family left the war-torn country on a boat in 1977 in search of freedom fearing persecution because her father had been in the South Vietnamese military.


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Anna Weaver is a writer and photographer for the Hawaii Catholic Herald in Honolulu.
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Anna Weaver
Anna Weaver is a writer and photographer for the Hawaii Catholic Herald in Honolulu.


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