Religious people in Vietnam: Accompanying the nation

Vietnam’s policies and guidelines have been adopted to ensure the exercise of the right of every citizen to practice their beliefs while making contributions to national building and defense.

Religious people in Vietnam: Accompanying the nation

Caodaism followers in Tay Ninh hold the grand ritual dedicated to Duc Chi Ton (Supreme Being)

Religious people in Vietnam: Accompanying the nation

Caodaism is a mixed religion of Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism and Christianity

Religious people in Vietnam: Accompanying the nation

Children from Cao Dai families are taught to be kind and rightenous

Religious people in Vietnam: Accompanying the nation

Religious people in Vietnam: Accompanying the nation

United Nations Day of Vesak 2014 held in Bai Dinh pagoda has heightened the position of Vietnam’s Buddhism and promoted the image of Vietnam and its people

Religious people in Vietnam: Accompanying the nation

Phu Nhai minor basilica in Xuan Phuong commune, Xuan Truong district, Nam Dinh is one of four churches in Vietnam lifted to a minor basilica

Religious people in Vietnam: Accompanying the nation

A wedding held at Phu Nhai minor basilica

Religious people in Vietnam: Accompanying the nation

A service at Phat Diem church in Ninh Binh

Religious people in Vietnam: Accompanying the nation

Ea Tul commune in Cu M’gar district, Dac Lac has over 3,000 E De people who follow Christianity

Religious people in Vietnam: Accompanying the nation

A Sunday Holy Communion service at Ea Tul church 

 

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