6/18/2019: A Protestant Church

THERE WERE A FEW PROTESTANTS ALSO! (And there should still be, I hope)
The Republic of Viet Nam was (briefly) a nation whose people were largely Buddhist, but was ruled by its Catholic minority. Almost lost within its people were a few Protestants, or “Tin Lanh.” My 1967 “Summer of Love” work in Viet Nam was largely delivering commodities to Protestant congregations in I and II Corps. I never saw a church grander than the one in the photo.
The photo is of what I believe to be the only Protestant church in Da Nang in 1967. As always, if anyone can correct me on that, please do. Photo by me.

VN 3:13 DaNang Tin Lanh Church.jpg