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A training course on religious affairs in Kien Giang province opened at a ceremony held on October 7 by the provincial committee for religious affairs.
A charitable house has been handed over to the family of Mrs. Kơ Să K’Jêr residing in R’Chai II Village of Phu Hoi Commune in Lam Dong province’s Duc Trong district at a ceremony held on October 7.
Tu Son urban district in Bac Ninh province currently has two operative religions of Buddhism and Catholicism with 47 Buddhist worshipping places and one Catholic parish.
Former State President of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam Trần Đức Lương and his wife paid on September 30 a visit to Som Rong Pagoda.
Lam Dong provincial department of home affairs held on September 24-27 a workshop on religious affairs for commune-level cadres from social, political sub-organizations in the province.
The Committee for Religious Affairs in Ha Tinh province held from September 26-27 a conference for disseminating state policies and laws on religion to local cadres tasked with religious affairs and Buddhist dignitaries in the province.
A delegation led by Colonel Director of the Public Security in Soc Trang province Lê Minh Quang paid on September 27 visits to Khmer pagodas in the province’s Vinh Chau urban district, on the occasion of the Sene Dolta festival 2019.
The Religious Affairs Committee in Gia Lai province held from September 26-27 a meeting for disseminating the new religious law to Buddhist monks, nuns and members of the management board of worshipping places in the province.
Deputy Secretary of Soc Trang provincial Party’s Committee Huỳnh Văn Sum on September 25 paid a visit to the office of the provincial Solidarity Association of patriotic monks based in Prek On Dok pagoda in Thanh Phu commune on occasion of Sene Dolta festival.
Leaders of the south-central province of Binh Thuan on September 25 visited and extended greetings to the Cham Brahman community in the province on the occasion of their biggest yearly occasion – the Kate Festival.
Currently, followers of religions including Buddhism, Catholicism, Caodaism and Protestantism in Ba Ria – Vung Tau province accounts for 50% of the provincial population.
The council for defense and security education in Binh Thuan province started on September 23 a conference on national defense and security for key religious followers in the locality.
Tan Ky district authorities in Nghe An province held on September 20 a meeting to honor “Good People, Good Deeds” in Catholic communities for 2015-2020 period.
Dong Nai provincial Committee for Religious Affairs in collaboration with the provincial Commission for Mass Mobilization and the provincial Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee held on September 20 an exchange meeting with local Catholics in the province.
Two training conferences on the mobilization work toward religious and ethnic women was held on September 16-18 in Bac Ninh province.