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Responding to the message of Pope Francis on the 32nd World Youth Day, Da Nang diocese opened its the Youth Day in Phu Thuong parish under Hoa Vang Deanery on April 8.
A pagoda was built in Song Ngu island located nearly 4km from Cua Lo beach by Trần Thánh Tông King in the 13th century.
The Management Board of the Buddhist School in Ba Ria – Vung Tau province’s Tan Thanh district located inside the Van Phat Quang Dai Tong Lam pagoda held a ceremony on April 8 to present graduation certificates to monks, nuns from the Buddhist School.
Chan Tien pagoda festival located in Ha Tinh province’s Loc Ha district took place on March 30.
A club of local Catholic women set up for boosting “better religious and secular life” in Ha Tinh province’s Hong Linh town was formally made its debut at a meeting held on March 23.
Venerable Thích Quảng Minh was formally appointed as Abbot of An Phuoc Pagoda in Da Nang city’s Son Tra distric at a ceremony held on March 19 by the district Vietnam Buddhist Sangha (VBS) Executive Board.
The 2nd congress of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha (VBS) Chapter in Dien Bien province was held on March 19.
The Quan The Am (Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva) Festival took place at the Ngu Hanh Son (Five Element Mountains) relic sites in the district of the same name in the central city of Da Nang, from March 14-16.
On March 15 (18th day of the second lunar month), Can Loc districts held a ceremony to kick off Huong Tich festival and celebrate the Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva's birthday.
The Mao Dien Temple of Literature Festival 2017 in Hai Duong province’s Cam Giang district was opened at a ceremony held on March 12.
Thuan Chau pagoda in Da Nang’s Hai Chau district was solemnly inaugurated at a ceremony held on March 5.
A candlelight procession for world peace, happy life, social stability and prosperity was solemnly and deliberately held in the night of March 4 in Keo Pagoda in Thai Binh province.
(BGO) - Stone worshipping is one of ancient folk rituals, which is still preserved in the northern province of Bac Giang and combines many elements of beliefs and religion.
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has recognised Bo Da pagoda festival in the northern province of Bac Giang as national intangible cultural heritage.
Tu Quang Pagoda in Quang Ngai city’s Nghia Lo ward solemnly held on February 16 the ground-breaking ceremony for its reconstruction.