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Ca temple festival in Ha Tinh province’s Hong Linh district took place on November 3.
Buon Krue Evangelical chapter under the Evangelical Church of Vietnam (ECVN) (Southern) in Dak Nong province’s Krong No district held on November a solemn ceremony for inaugurating its new church.
Da Nang city People’s Committee has approved nine projects on the preservation and restoration of local historical and cultural relics with an investment of over 42 billion VND.
The Vietnam Buddhist Sangha (VBS)’s 3rd national training on Buddhist information and communication took place on November 1-2 at Thien Chau pagoda in Long An province.
Seven Commissioned Pastors under the Evangelical Church of Vietnam (South) (ECVN) from the provinces of Gia Lai, Quang Ngai and Dak Lak were formally ordained as fulltime pastors at a ceremony held on October 30 in Gia Lai province.
Where a branch of the Mekong River named Hau Giang River pours in Vietnam, at the northwesternmost border of the Mekong Delta, Cham border villages around Bung Binh Thien Lake have gradually transformed themselves to match with the rhythm of the modern life.
The administration of Ha Giang Province in northern Vietnam has agreed in principle to halt construction on a massive religious tourism complex near a landmark flagpole in the province as a delegation of officials began inspecting the project on Tuesday.
The committee on culture under the Catholic Bishops Conference of Vietnam (CBCV) held on October 25-26 a seminar on Romanized Vietnam script at the pastor service centre in Ho Chi Minh city.
The Committee for Solidarity of Vietnamese Catholics (CSVC) in Hanoi held on October 29 a meeting to honor outstanding Catholics for practical contributions to the city development in the 2015-2019 period.
Ho Son pagoda located in Lien Minh commune, Nam Dinh province’s Vu Ban district worships Buddha and two princesses of Tran Dynasty including Huyền Trân and Thuỵ Bảo.
Tam Toa Shrine located in Cam Lac commune in Ha Tinh province’s Cam Xuyen district was formally recognized as a provincial historical – cultural relic at a ceremony held on October 27.
The Tay Ninh Caodai Church held on October 25 a closing ceremony for the 18th religious training course.
According to the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, there are currently 1,417 relic sites worshipping Hùng Kings and related figures, located in almost provinces and cities in the country.
The Thang Long – Hanoi Cultural Heritage Association held on October 24 a program for exchanges of the Mother Goddess worship’s Hau Dong ritual.
The Vietnam Adventist Church celebrated its 90th fouding anniversary at a solemn ceremony held on October 22 in Ho Chi Minh city.