Vietnamese Catholic Community
Faith, Community, and Discipleship
Praise be Jesus Christ our Lord!
Welcome to the Vietnamese Catholic Community of the Diocese of Bridgeport! We are a community who love Christ and others.
Chào mừng bạn đến với cộng đoàn Công Giáo người Việt tại Giáo Phận Bridgeport! Chúng tôi là một cộng đồng dân Chúa yêu mến Chúa Kitô và tha nhân.
The Holy Vietnamese Martyrs quasi-Parish, following the example of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph, will create a welcoming environment to foster a deeper understanding of our mission as followers of Christ, where we gather to worship God, aspire to learn all that is true, and share it through our interaction with our local community, our world, our youth and all the members of our parish.
Mass Times & Locations
7:00 PM on Fridays, 2:00 PM on Sundays
St. Augustine Cathedral Church
399 Washington Ave, Bridgeport, CT 06604
Click here for directions
Groups & Activities
Catholic Mothers Group
Men of Sacred Heart Group
Altar Servers Group
Youth Group Activity
Vietnamese Language classes for children
Other group meetings
Parish council meeting
Vietnamese New Year Celebration (January/February)
Youth Group Camp (July)
Fall Community Gathering Celebration (fundraising event, September)
Patronal Feast Day Celebration (November)
New Year Countdown Party (New Years Eve)
About our Episcopal Vicar, Fr. Cyrus Bartolome
My name is Father Cyrus Bartolome, and I am the pastor of the Church of the Assumption in Westport, CT and currently the Vicar for the Filipino Apostolate in the Diocese of Bridgeport.
I grew up in Bay, Laguna Philippines and immigrated in the United States in 1993. I settled in Fairfield County and began my seminary studies for the diocese. I studied at St. John Fisher Seminary, graduated at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield CT. I then transferred at Mount St Mary Seminary and later on at St Joseph Seminary to finished my major seminary studies. I was ordained for the Diocese of Bridgeport on May 17, 2007.
I was appointed as the first vicar for the Filipino by the Most Rev. Frank J. Caggiano. My vision as the vicar is to encourage the community to celebrate the uniqueness of the Filipino people by the way we live our Catholic Christian faith, to share our cherish culture, to build a bridge of unity in the different groups in the community and be an advocate for those who are in need the poor and marginalized back in the Philippines.
- Father Cyrus
Contact Father Cyrus:
Vietnamese Community Administration
Fr. Philip Phan
Mr. Kenny Pham
Parish council president
Fr. Augustine Nguyen
Sisters of the Holy Cross of Go Vap