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Our Lady of La Vang

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Our Lady of Lourdes parish

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Los Angeles Lay Catholic Mission | June 2003 | News

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One of these pastors, Father Bill Barman of Our Lady of La Vang in Santa Ana, said that Brown told him to pay back by the end of June the $50,000 his parish owes to the diocese or lay off his staff of two full-time and one part-time employees.

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Barman has asked another parish in Rancho Margarita to take up a collection for his staff. Our Lady of La Vang averages $3,200 in donations weekly -- $1,000 short of what it needs for its operating expenses. Barman said his congregation of mostly working-class people can not make up the shortfall.
The diocese of Orange has instituted a program to encourage more affluent parishes to take up occasional collections for poorer parishes. But, Barman told the Times, the program does not go far enough.


Welcome to Reflector!

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Fathers Bill Barman and John McAndrew sent e-mails this week asking fellow priests in the Diocese of Orange to participate.

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"Whatever I need to do that day, I'll do," said Barman, pastor of Our Lady of La Vang in Santa Ana."This isn't a mental exercise like prayer, but a visible, incarnate act."
Eight clerics have already agreed to participate.


Independent Catholic News

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Fr Bill Barman, pastor of Our Lady of Lourdes parish in Santa Ana, and Fr John McAndrew, administrator of San Francisco Solano parish in Santa Margarita, decided one way to grasp the nettle of the continuing scandal would be public acts of contrition -- not something the cardinals, bishops and priests responsible have undertaken.


NCVA Reporter

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Parishioners were adamant at first against the church's new name and the idea of opening it up to the Vietnamese American community, but the pastor, Rev. Bill Barman, convinced them that the change would be good.

"Father Bill explained that the Virgin Mary is the same everywhere," Maldonado said.
Our Lady of Lavang, according to Catholic faith, was a vision of the Virgin Mary that appeared at the end of the 18th century to persecuted Vietnamese Catholics.She is as important to that community as Our Lady of Guadalupe is to Mexican culture.
Parishioners at Our Lady of Lourdes trusted Barman, who is frequently approached by illegal immigrants, to understand their culture, traditions and needs.
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Barman says he is being targeted because he is "the wrong race."He is fluent in Spanish and has visited Vietnam but speaks little of the language.He says he has worked too hard for the new parish to step down now.
"What would I look like if one month before the move I say, ‘Sorry, I'm leaving?' " he said.
The bishop called Barman a fine priest but said he lacks experience with the Vietnamese culture.


Amarillo Globe-News: US & World News: California priests plan public penance over abuse scandal 12/01/02

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Fathers Bill Barman and John McAndrew sent e-mails last week asking fellow priests in the Diocese of Orange to participate.

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"Whatever I need to do that day, I'll do," said Barman, pastor of Our Lady of La Vang in Santa Ana."This isn't a mental exercise like prayer, but a visible, incarnate act."

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