Bernard Võ Văn Duệ

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Saint Bernard Due Van Vo
Martyr
Born 1755
Vietnam
Died August 1, 1838
Vietnam
Venerated in Roman Catholic Church
Canonized 19 June 1988, Vatican City by Pope John Paul II
Feast November 24

Saint Bernard Due Van Vo, (Vietnamese: Thánh Bênađô Võ Văn Duệ) (1755 - August 1, 1838) was a Vietnamese convert to Catholicism. He became a priest and worked as a missionary in the country for several decades. He was arrested and beheaded in 1838 for being a Roman Catholic priest in Tonkin. He was later canonised as one of the Martyrs of Vietnam.[1]

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