A sampling of the photographs from the book (with their captions, as written in the book) are shown below. There are also lists of Catholic chaplains who fell in service of the Republic of Vietnam (their names are also listed below). Catholic chaplains (as with their Buddhist, and other religion colleagues in the chaplain branches) could be found everywhere the soldiers of the republic saw service. They organized civil work projects for local populations in their areas, administered relief and entertainment activities for soldiers, offered literacy and other education programs to soldiers, as well as attending to wounded, ill, and fallen soldiers of the republic's army, among other duties.
The following is a list of Catholic chaplains who died in service of the Republic of Vietnam.
"Father Stephen" Nguyen Quy Trung. Chaplain, 1st Infantry Division. Deceased on 26 December, 1958.
"Father" Nguyen Quang Trong. Chaplain, Hue. Deceased in 1959.
"Father Paul" Vu Van Quynh. Chaplain, 31st Infantry Regiment. Deceased on 15 July, 1961.
"Father Joseph" Nguyen Chu Tuynh. Chaplain, 7th Infantry Division. Deceased on 26 April, 1964.
"Father Joseph" Nguyen Huu Dinh. Chaplain, Dalat National Military Academy. Deceased on 6 October, 1966.
"Father Maxmillian" Nguyen Van Vinh. Chaplain, Thu-Duc Infantry School. Deceased on 13 March, 1967.
"Father Dominic" Mai Trung Hieu. Chaplain, Gia-Dinh Military Sector. Deceased on 25 June, 1969.
"Father Luke" Nguyen Phuoc Quan. Chaplain, 25th Infantry Division. Deceased on 1 April, 1970.
"Father Dominic" Ha Ngoc Chau. Chaplain, Ba-Xuyen Military Sector. Deceased on 1 April 1970.
(Of note, these are not all the Republic of Vietnam military Catholic chaplains who fell during the war. This is just the official list as of this book's publication in 1972.)
These are some samples of the photographs from the book:
Caption: "Communion given to Catholic Soldiers by Chief Chaplain of Corps 4 and MR 4."
Caption: "Chief Chaplain of Corps 4 and MR 4 in a Tour of Visitations to Catholic Soldiers on Outsposts in U Minh Forest Area."
Caption: "Communion given to Catholic Navymen by Father Director."
Caption: "Catholic Chaplain of Marines distributed Food to Refugees from Tri Thien Battle Areas."
Caption: "A picture of the Patron's Day of the Airborne Division."
Caption: "Visitation and Consolation to Widows and Orphans by Catholic Chaplain of the 9th Infantry Division."