Arab 24 News Agency Made a Reportage on Cao Dai Religion at The Cao Dai Tay Ninh Holy See

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Arab 24 News Agency Made a Reportage on Cao Dai Religion at The Cao Dai Tay Ninh Holy SeeOn October 25, 2020, the filmmaking team of Arab24 News Agency (A24 News Agency) led by Mr. Nguyen Ha Le and a photographer came to Tay Ninh Holy See to do a reportage on the Cao Dai religion.

According to the schedule of the delegation, at 10:00 am, His Eminence Cardinal Thuong Tam Thanh, Chairman of the Cao Dai Sacerdotal Council, welcomed the film crew and gave an interview at the Cardinal’s Office.

At 11:30am, the film crew came to the Grand Temple to record a noon mass, under the guidance and explanation by Archbishop Ngoc Hong Thanh, Chief of the Interior of the Cao Dai religion.

After the worship mass, the film crew was invited to a vegetarian meal at the Holy See Refectory.

At 2:30pm, Archbishop Ngoc Hong Thanh guided the film crew to visit the Holy Mother Goddess Temple, the Pope’s residence (Hộ Pháp Đường) and the Holy See surroundings.

The recording ended at 5:00pm the same day. Before leaving the Holy See, the delegation sent sincere thanks to the Church's warm welcome and fervent support from the CaoDai TV team.

It is known that A24 News Agency (ARAB 24 News Agency) is a leading independent news agency in the Middle East and North Africa with a variety of news, economic, tourism, cultural, humanitarian ... This news agency was established in 2015, headquartered in Amman (Jordan), with two offices in Dubai (UAE-United Arab Emirates) and in Washington, DC, USA.

Arab 24 provides the most up-to-date, unbiased news in the region. Today, it is the leading independent news gathering agency in the Middle East and North Africa Regions (MENA), covering major events and breaking news in the Arab world. MENA area includes all 21 Countries listed as follows: Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Sudan, Tunisia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates and Yemen, with a combined population of about 500 million.

The film crew said this will be a special program introducing Caodaism to the audience in the above-mentioned Middle East and North Africa countries, in which over 90% of the population are Muslim.