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The social charity board of Muslim women under the Islam Representative Committee in An Giang province was established in late 2019.
A chain of events relating the theme “Journey to the heritage domain - Truc Lam Zen Buddhist Sanctuary” will be held from November 28 in Dong Trieu provincial city of Quang Ninh province.
The exhibition will last until November 30 at the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum, Hanoi.
The Caodai institute under the Missionary Caodai Church held on November 24 the closing ceremony of a two-year course on religious administration -management in Da Nang city.
Minister of Health Nguyễn Thanh Long has warned that Vietnam remains at high risk of COVID-19 infections from abroad as the number of cases in many countries keeps rising.
A seminar on Buddhism and social welfare in the period of global integration was held on November 22 by the Central Committee for Lay Buddhist Guidance under the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha (VBS).
According to the Vietnam Fatherland Front, the Hoa Hao Buddhist Church in the whole country has sent cash and necessities with the total value of over 21 billion VND to people severely affected by floods in the Central region.
The charity funeral board of Phu Cam Cathedral parish under Hue diocese was established in 1982 by late Priest Paul Nguyễn Kim Bính with the participation of 100 members. The board consists of six sub-boards with the aim to help families to hold funeral for their deceased relatives free of charge.
Thong Tay Hoi Evangelical Chapter under the Evangelical Church of Vietnam (South) (ECVN) in Ho Chi Minh city’s Go Vap district held on November 21 a solemn ceremony for consecrating and inaugurating its new church.
The Vietnam Buddhist Institute in Ho Chi Minh city in collaboration with the Buddhist High School in Tien Giang province held on November 22 an examination for the 3rd transition course (2020-2022).
For recent months, religions in Binh Duong have made practical supports as well as actively raised funds and resources for flood-hit residents in the Central region.
Diverse cultural activities will take place during the 2020 cultural heritage and tourism festival at the Vietnam Exhibition Centre for Culture and Arts in Hanoi from November 19 to 23.
A delegation led by Senior Venerable Thích Trí Chơn, Director of Buddhist Culture Board under the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha (VBS) chapter in Ho Chi Minh City cum Abbot of Khanh An monastery visited three Central provinces of Quang Binh, Quang Tri and Thua Thien Hue on November 11-14 for presenting reliefs to locals who severely affected by recent floods.
Lutheran and Catholic churches in Switzerland and Germany are planning for people to celebrate religious Christmas services at home because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Over the past years, Hoa Hao Buddhists and Cham and Khmer people in An Giang have made practical contributions to the education promotion in the province.