Marian Days: A Spiritual and Cultural Homecoming

Out of the horrors of the Vietnam War comes a remarkable story of faith and warm
human interest.

During the fall of Saigon, a religious group of Vietnamese Catholic priests and brothers, the
Congregation of the Mother Co-Redemptrix, escaped Vietnam. They joined an extraordinary
exodus of refugees, many of whom arrived in the United States following unimaginable adversity
and danger during their journey. Ultimately, with assistance from the Diocese of Springfield-Cape
Girardeau, the congregation settled in Carthage, Missouri. In gratitude and thanksgiving they
began Marian Days, an annual and enduring spiritual pilgrimage and social festival of Vietnamese
Roman Catholics; an unprecedented and awe-inspiring celebration of spirituality, culture and
community-building with recent attendance estimated to include 100,000 faith pilgrims and visitors.
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Marian Days: A Spiritual and Cultural Homecoming

Marian Days: A Spiritual and Cultural Homecoming
Premiere: Thursday, May 2, 8:00pm
Encore: Sunday, May 5, 3:00pm

Marian Days: A Spiritual and Cultural Homecoming

Broadcast Premiere: May 2, 2019