That is wonderful. I have a story. A number of years ago I noticed they were having mass at my church at a weird hour on a Sunday night. This was in my lapsed days and must have felt a pull so i decided to attend. I walked in and noticed everyone in the church, and the church was completed full, were asian. I thought this was weird. Then the mass was held in an east asian language, not English, and I assumed it was Vietnamese since that was the only ethnic group from east asia that I knew were Catholic. When I got a chance to ask, I asked the girl sitting next to me what language was being spoken, and she said Korean. I was astonished. My church can probably hold a couple hundred people and it was full. I found out later that my church was designated as the place to hold Korean mass for Staten Island. Not only did we have enough Koreans on Staten Island but we had enough Korean Catholics to fill a church. I learned later how Koreans are very passionate about Christianity and especially the Korean Catholics. It was wonderful. Since then they now have Korean service at a different church, perhaps a larger one.