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Kon Tum authorities extend congratulations to new Vicar General of Kon Tum diocese

Religious Committee in Ha Tinh celebrates 65th anniversary of state governance on belief and religion

Training conference on religion held in Thanh Hoa

District authorities in Ha Giang holds exchange meeting on founding anniversary of state management on belief, religion

Training on climate change adaptation held for religious clerics in Thai Binh

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Government sets out guidance for resumption of church services

The Government has set out the precautions that churches need to take when they re-open for public worship from 4 July. 

Khmer ethnic cultural museum in Tra Vinh

Vietnam currently has two Khmer ethnic cultural museums in Soc Trang and Tra Vinh. The Khmer ethnic cultural museum in Tra Vinh built in 1995 is located in Ang pagoda and Ba Om Pond.

GCRA pays inspection visit to Quang Ninh

A delegation of the Government Committee for Religious Affairs (GCRA) led by Vice Chairman Nguyễn Ánh Chức visited Quang Ninh province from June 22-26 for inspecting the state governance on belief & religion in the locality.

Government religious committee reviews six-month work on state governance on religion

The Government Committee for Religious Affairs (GCRA) held on June 26 a conference in Dak Lak province for reviewing performances on state management on religion in the first six months of 2020.

Government religious committee visits religious organizations in Dak Lak

A delegation of the Government Committee for Religious Affairs (GCRA) led by Vice Chairwoman Trần Thị Minh Nga on June 25 visited the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha (VBS)’s Executive Committee in Dak Lak province.

Government religious committee inspects religious law implementation in Nghe An

The Government Committee for Religious Affairs (GCRA) sent a delegation to Nghe An province from June 15-19 for inspecting the implementation of laws on belief and religion in the locality.

Ante-Creation Caodai Church launches publication on its founders

The Executive Committee of Ante-Creation Caodai Church in Ben Tre province held on June 23 a meeting to introduce the newly published book on three founders of the Caodai Church.

High guard against COVID-19 should remain to ensure public health: PM

Maintaining guard against COVID-19 is still needed to ensure public health, said Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc at a meeting with Government’s permanent members in Hanoi on June 24.

Environment protection model launched by Hoa Hao Buddhists in Dong Thap

A model established for environment protection by Hoa Hao Buddhists in Tan Phu commune in Dong Thap province’s Thanh Binh district was formally kicked off at a ceremony held on June 22.

GCRA receives sponsor for encouraging erection of national flag at religious worshipping places

Viet Phu An Investment and Construction Joint Stock Company presented on June 24 200 million VND to the Government Committee for Religious Affairs (GCRA) for supporting the program encouraging the erection of the national flag at religious worshipping places.

Wild animals not to be released, kept in temples & pagodas

The Education for Nature – Vietnam (EVN) has sent a dispatch recommending temples and pagodas not to release or keep wild animals in these places of worship.

New priests of St. Vincent missionary congregation ordained

Eight diaconates of the St. Vincent Missionary Congregation under the Dominican Province of Vietnam were ordained as priests at a solemn ceremony held on June 22.

New superintendent of Evangelical church in Tien Giang appointed

Tan Ly Dong Chapter under the Evangelical Church of Vietnam (ECVN) (South) in Tien Giang province’s Chau Thanh district appointed its superintendent at a ceremony held on June 19.

Van Hanh Zen monastery preserves quartz crystal pictures, antiquities

Van Hanh Zen monastery in Da Lat city is a cultural landmark that features bold Buddhist architecture. The monastery exhibits pictures and antiquities collected by Seniour Venerable Abbot Thích Viên Thành over the past three decades.

Saudi Arabia to Hold ‘Very Limited' Hajj Due to Virus

Saudi Arabia said Tuesday that because of the coronavirus only "very limited numbers" of people will be allowed to perform the annual hajj pilgrimage that traditionally draws around 2 million people from around the world.

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