1,000 Burmese-American Catholics gather

The event drew 1,000 people, including three Burmese bishops and 30 priests, to The Rock in Coal Valley for Masses, praise and worship, and leadership training, and included soccer and volleyball matches at the Campbell Sports Complex in Rock Island.

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Youth are the future, and without engaging them, their potential to become thought leaders, inspirators and peacebuilders would be lost.

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September 24, 2017

Sunday Bible reading in Myanmar/ Burmese is here. You can view them as your convenient.

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Word of God

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"Every word of God is flawless; he is a shield to those who take refuge in him. Do not add to his words, or he will rebuke you and prove you a liar....


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Conference History

NCBAC is celebrate annual conference every year from state to state.Each year many of Myanmar/ Burmeses Catholics are gathering to the events


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Myanmar Catholic Communities

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Young Karenni Catholics, once refugees, hit the road for a retreat

They are traveling in two passenger vans for more than 1,000 miles to Rogers, Arkansas, for their fourth annual retreat, held Sept. 2-3. The program, organized by the Karenni-American Catholic Association , includes spiritual talks, Mass, prayers, music and dancing.

by Peter Tran September 28, 2017

Myanmar bishop brings support to US Karenni Catholics

Bishop Stephen Tjephe of Loikaw, Myanmar, is modest about his visit to the Karenni communities in the United States. He stresses that he could not do much, except be with them, giving them support and encouraging them to live a life of faith.

by Peter Tran September 25, 2017

Cardinal Bo urges prayers for Pope’s Myanmar visit

Myanmar’s prominent Catholic Church leader is encouraging the nation’s faithful to prepare themselves spiritually for the visit of Pope Francis to the country this November.

Vatican Radio September 11, 2017

The Pope’s Myanmar Visit — What’s In Play?

VATICAN CITY — The Vatican announced Monday that Pope Francis will be making the first-ever papal trip to Myanmar (Burma), visiting the cities of Yangon and Nay Pyi Taw Nov. 27-30.

Edward Pentin [National Catholic Register] VATICAN | AUG. 29, 2017

Bring Focus Back to Amending Constitution, Say Ethnic Advocates

The army chief made the comments at his first ever meeting with Cardinal Charles Bo, the Archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Myanmar, on Monday. The pair discussed efforts made for peace, the country’s political transition, and the Tatmadaw’s position on the protection of citizens, including ethnic minorities.

By Nyein Nyein [The Irrawaddy] 22 August 2017

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August, 2017

NCBAC president and Tulsa Myanmar catholic community leaders had a meeting yesterday, discussing the possibility of hosting NCBAC conference.

August 05, 2017

The president, Saya John visited to Milwaukee and the picture have shown Burmese ministry was taken place in Milwaukee.

July 27, 2017

Photos taken this evening of July 26, 2017 welcoming His Excellency Bishop Steven Tjephe to HSCC in Kentucky.

July 23, 2017

Photos taken for NCBAC expanding its mission to the west region.

July 10, 2017

Photos taken on July 10, 2017 welcoming His Excellency Welcoming Most Reverend Bp. Lucius Hre Kung to Kentucky.

July 09, 2017

A meeting with Sr. Myrna USCCB/API on Friday at her office. The talk was mainly about to get NCBAC listed on the Catholic Directory sooner rather than later. She is to attend the 9th conference after inviting verbally during the meeting.

NCBAC Founder

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On September 5th, Fr. Mahn Tha Pwa, Fr. Jerome, and Fr. Philip Aung Nye selected five members for the official council, and with that, the official National Conference of Burmese American Catholic (NCBAC) was formed.