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Catholics in Hanoi have been especially active in responding to the advocacy for environmental protection in Hanoi, as the Catholic Church has paid due attention to the global issue of enviromental protection.
When the summer sun is at its fiercest and all around is cracked and dried the Jrai ethnic minority in the Central Highlands province of Gia Lai pray for rain.
Cham people in the Mekong delta province of An Giang live mostly in An Phú, Tân Châu, and Phú Tân district. They celebrate a month of Ramadan in September of the Islamic lunar calendar, which falls in May or June of the solar calendar.
Religious organizations in Dak Lak province have continued postponing religious gatherings for preventing the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic and making practical contributions to the Covid-19 prevention and control work.
Bishop of Da Lat Dominic Nguyễn Văn Mạnh led on July 26 a thanksgiving mass for the fifty-year development of Chi Lang Parish at the parish church located in Da Lat City’s ward 9 in the central Highlands of Lam Dong.
A delegation of the Committee for Solidarity of Vietnamese Catholics (CSVC) on July 29 visited and presented gifts to poor Catholic families in Chan Thanh Parish in Ha Tinh city’s Thach Trung commune.
The restoration of Nam Huong communal house aims to preserve heritage for future generations, contributing to the education about cultural and historical values; and meeting the people's religious needs.
Over 4,500 key members of the Southern Evangelical Church of Vietnam (ECVN) in Lam Dong province have participated in the spiritual refreshment program 2020 held on July 23.
Roles and practical contributions of Buddhist monks, nuns and followers in Hai Phong during the two wars against the French colonialist and American imperialism was highlighted at a workshop held in Hai Phong on July 22.
This year three-month summer retreat for Khmer Buddhists in Vietnam South in general and Soc Trang in particular is taking place from July 6 to October 2 (the 15th of the sixth lunar month to the 15th of the nineth lunar month).
The Da Lat diocese organized a Mass on July 04-05 for formally establishing four parishes under Da Tong deanery and appointing new parishes’ heads.
Nine commissioned pastors of the Plei Monu Chapter under the Evangelical Church of Vietnam (South) (ECVN) in Gia Lai province’s Pleiku city were ordained as full pastors at a solemn ceremony held on July 7.
The Vietnam Buddhist Sangha (VBS)’s Executive Committee in Kon Tum province held on June 30 a ceremony for consecration of three Buddha statues and inauguration of the main worshipping temple of Khanh Son pagoda located in the province’s Sa Thay district.
New superintendents Da B’Lah and Dong Briang chapters under the South Evangelical Church of Vietnam (ECVN) in Lam Dong Province were formally appointed at a solemn ceremony held on July 3.
Mother Goddesses worship is the 11th intangible cultural heritages of Vietnam recognised as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO in 2016. This belief is practiced in 21 cities and provinces.