Religious Institutions

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  • Ky Quang II: This pagoda is an orphanage

    Ky Quang II: This pagoda is an orphanage

    The first time I came was with a friend, a kalyanamitra, and her family—they were bringing food and candies for the children. Those children, the orphans, are usually found in the morning.

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  • Pastoral Institute - Semester year 2013-2014

    Pastoral Institute - Semester year 2013-2014
    The Administration, Faculty, Staff and Students of the Archdiocesan Pastoral Institute convened at Paul Nguyen Van Binh Hall of the Pastoral Centre on May 23, 2014. Its main agenda was to evaluate the Institute’s programs of the School Year 2013-2014 as well as to plan...

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  • Theology institute to launch Chinese programme

    Theology institute to launch Chinese programme
    The Chinese section of the Catholic Theological Institute of Singapore (CTIS) headed by Vice-rector Father Peter Zhang has announced the launch of a certificate programme in Theology in July.

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  • Pope Francis' Pastoral Visit to Assisi

    Pope Francis' Pastoral Visit to Assisi
    On Friday 4 October Pope Francis will visit the city of Assisi, the birthplace of St. Francis. The Pope will depart from the Vatican at 7 a.m. by helicopter and will land around three quarters of an hour later at the sports field of the...

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  • Why do Catholics call Priests 'Father'?

    Why do Catholics call Priests 'Father'?
    This question refers to Jesus' teaching found in the Gospel of St. Matthew, when He said, "Do not call anyone on earth your father. Only one is your father, the One in heaven" (23:9).

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  • Pastoral Center of Ho Chi Minh City

    Pastoral Center of Ho Chi Minh City
    On 20-9-2004, the minor seminary was returned from the Ministry of Finance to the Archdiocese to become the Archdiocesan Catholic Cultural Center. Its Rector was Fr. Peter Nguyễn Văn Khảm. Later, its name was changed to be the Archdiocesan Pastoral Center.

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  • Temples and Pagodas

    Temples and Pagodas
    The idea of a den (temple) pre-dates the idea of a chua (pagoda) and is found in the origins of Confucianism and its contemporary Taoism; both began in fifth-century B.C. China. Confucius developed a moral code initially anchored in theistic trappings; his contemporary Lao-tzu (6th-century B.C.) developed a polytheistic philosophy--half-science, half-religious philosophy--which supposed many different divinities.

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  • Why Engage in Interreligious Dialogue?

    Why Engage in Interreligious Dialogue?
    The most reason motivating one into intereligious dialogue is that religions are indeed different. These differences are not only perceived but are real and therefore cannot be ignored. If religions are different and if religions claim to present. Truth, then, the differences invite one to an openness to also invites one to search for this Truth which should also be found in other religions....

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  • Dialogue & the Local Church

    Dialogue & the Local Church
    An authentic dialogue with other religius traditions is the task of a local Church, fully involved in the life and struggles of the people, especially the poor. It is also an intergal element in the process of building up authentic local Churches in Aisa.

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  • Dialogue With Other Religions

    Dialogue With Other Religions
    In Aisa today, Christians, though they are a “little flock” in many places, animated by the Spirit who is leading all things to unity, are called to play a serving and catalysing role which facilitates interreligious collaboration. This call challenges all the Churches to common witness as they grow together towards fuller ecumenical communion...

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  • Through Dialogue & Collaboration

    Through Dialogue & Collaboration
    In the developing, multireligious societies of Asia, struggling towards liberation and wholeness, all religions are called to provide a common and complementary moral and religious foundation for this struggle, and to be forces for growth and communion rather than sources of alienation and conflict...

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  • The Fraternity of St. Elijah

    The Fraternity of St. Elijah
    The Fraternity of St. Elijah, which is interdenominational, now has almost 400 members in twenty countries. Through their diversity (they include lay people, religious, deacons, priests and bishops), the members are a sign of the People of God journeying towards Unity.

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  • What is Divine Mercy?

    What is Divine Mercy?
    The Message of the Divine Mercy that Sr. Faustina received from the Lord was not only directed toward her personal growth in faith but also toward the good of the people. With the command of our Lord to paint an image according to the pattern that Sr. Faustina had seen, came also a request to have this image venerated, first in the Sisters' chapel, and then throughout the world.

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  • Kim Long Charity Clinic - Hue

    Kim Long Charity Clinic - Hue
    The Kim Long Charity Clinic has the aim of increasing access to health care in the Hue and Thua Thien Province to help the underprivileged to improve their health conditions.

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  • Saigon Notre-Dame Cathedral

    Saigon Notre-Dame Cathedral
    Notre-Dame Cathedral, or Notre-Dame Basilica to be exact, is a famous age-long cathedral in Southern Vietnam. It is a magnificient building located at the paris Square in Hochiminh City downtown, attracting not only Catholics but also most tourists for its neo-Romanesque style architecture and a sacred atmosphere.

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  • Cao Dai Cathedral (built 1933-55)

    Cao Dai Cathedral (built 1933-55)
    The Great Temple, or Holy See, is the center of the sect. Constructed between 1933 and 1955, is about 60 miles (100 kilometers) northwest of Ho Chi Minh City.

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