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Father Phillip Tran has become UM's first full-time Catholic priest.
Tran, a UM alumnus, said he hopes to engage with all students regardless of religious background.
The 26-year-old model took to Instagram on Saturday, Dec. "When something bad happens, you can either let it define you, let it destroy you or let it strengthen you. Tran's lengthy captions said, "I refuse to be repeatedly mistreated especially by someone who claims to love me. Yes, I have not been so smart before in the past but I made a promise to be a better and stronger woman and I'm keeping that promise.
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“Just by meeting with him once, you know he’s just so passionate for the people.
He’s so pure hearted, but at the same time he’s so passionate too.” For Dr.
It always stuck with me and was what led me to my journey here to the university.” According to Adam Wahl, president of the University of Miami Catholic Campus Ministry, throughout the school’s history, Catholic students at the university have had to deal with a revolving door of priests.
Wahl said he thinks this has lead to students having difficulties forming direct relationships with their priest, the same way Tran felt while he was a student.
When North Vietnam invaded South Vietnam during the Vietnam War, his father was thrown into prison for practicing Catholicism. According to Tran, it was his parents’ faith that kept them joyful despite having very little.
“I always tell people, ‘don’t ask me about my college days,’ but that’s really funny because it looks like the rest of my days are going to be college days,” Tran said.
For Tran, a South Florida native, becoming a priest was far from his mind when he first started at the university as a neuroscience major.
However, Tran said he hopes to make an impact on all students as a source of answers and discussion that he sought out but didn’t receive during his time as a student. Along with religious events, he hopes to reach out to the entire student body through kayaking and beach days, some of his own personal favorite activities.
“I’m not here to make everybody Catholic,” Tran said.