JOURNEY TO TAIWAN BY THE SACERDOTAL COUNCIL OF CAO ĐAI TAY NINH HOLY SEE (PART 2)

JOURNEY TO TAIWAN BY THE SACERDOTAL COUNCIL OF CAO ĐAI TAY NINH HOLY SEE (PART 2)

Updated 2013-07-31 15:33:31

(Reported from Taipei on July 21st, 2013 by Archbishop Thai Con Thanh and Archbishop Ngoc Hong Thanh – Pictures taken by Nguyen Tri Luc- Translated by Tuan Em)
 
Second day of the journey to Taipei (July 21st, 2013)
 
In the morning of July 21st, 2013, the Sacerdotal Council delegation came to visit Hsing Tian Kong Temple (Hsing Tiên Cung) which is a place to worship Guan Gong (a historical person who lived in China during the Three Kingdoms period). This temple is highly respected by Taipei residents because of its holiness. Then, the delegation visited Luang Shan Temple (literally translated in to English: Mountain Dragon Temple – This is a 300-year old Temple worshipping Her Mother Goddess). Even though it was on early Sunday morning, the two temples were crowded with people and covered by incense smoke. This indicates that Taipei residents are really devout believing in His Holiness Guan Gong and Her Holiness Mother Goddess.

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JOURNEY TO TAIWAN BY THE SACERDOTAL COUNCIL OF CAO DAI TAY NINH HOLY SEE (PART 1)

JOURNEY TO TAIWAN BY THE SACERDOTAL COUNCIL OF CAO DAI TAY NINH HOLY SEE (PART 1)

Updated 2013-07-27 13:48:31

(Reported from Taipei on July 20th, 2013 by Archbishop Thai Con Thanh and Archbishop Ngoc Hong Thanh – Pictures taken by Nguyen Tri Luc- Translation by Tuan Em)
 
Part 1: This is the first time The Sacerdotal Council of Tay Ninh Cao Đai Holy See has accepted the invitation from Leaders of the Tao Yuan religion to attend the great ceremony in commemoration of the Seventh anniversary of the Tao Yuan Chapter and the 64th Anniversary of the establishment of the Pre-Cosmic Salvationism –Tao Yuan – Taiwan Headquarters on July 22nd, 2013 (Lunar calendar: June 15th, year of the Snake).

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VISIT TO OOMOTO RELIGION IN JAPAN BY CAODAI SACERDOTAL COUNCIL

VISIT TO OOMOTO RELIGION IN JAPAN BY CAODAI SACERDOTAL COUNCIL

Updated 2013-06-08 11:57:45

(Ayabe, Japan, May 5th, 2013 - Reported from the Oomoto religion Holy Land, Ayabe-Japan by Archbishop Thai Con Thanh, Archbishop Ngoc Hong Thanh and Deacon Thuong Canh Thanh. Pictures taken by Nguyen Tri Luc, Translated by T.Em)  
 
This is the first time that the Sacerdotal Council of the Cao Đai Holysee in Tay Ninh province has accepted the invitation from the Oomoto Religion to attend the Oomoto Miroku Great Festival held on May 5, 2013.
 
The Sacerdotal Council was headed by His Eminence Cardinal Thuong Tam Thanh and  consisted of 14 delegates of whom there were 8 male and female dignitaries working at the Holy See, as follows:

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52 STUDENTS TAKING CAODAISM COURSE IN 2013 AT THE UNIVERSITY OF DHAKA, BANGLADESH.

52 STUDENTS TAKING CAODAISM COURSE IN 2013 AT THE UNIVERSITY OF DHAKA, BANGLADESH.

Updated 2013-02-12 08:43:03

(Dhaka Feb 10, 2013 - Report on Cao Dai Religious Tradition by Md. Jahangir Alam)
 
A Four Year Bachelor of Arts Degree at the Department of World Religions and Culture of the University of Dhaka requires students to study 28 courses out of 38. These courses are distributed in eight semesters with an end in view to complete two semesters per year. As there are more than 28 courses in the syllabus, they need to be taught in a rotational manner. Therefore, the Academic Committee of the Department holds a meeting to make a selection from a number of alternatives every two years.

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CAO DAI RELIGION DELEGATES IN WARM RECEPTION BY THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI

CAO DAI RELIGION DELEGATES IN WARM RECEPTION BY THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI

Updated 2012-09-25 23:18:07

(Reported from Columbia, Missouri by Tua Le, September 13th, 2012-Translated by T. Em)

On September 8th, 2012, the Cao Dai Religion’s Overseas Missionary delegation comprising of Student-Priest Ngoc Canh Thanh (Tran Quang Canh), Head of the delegation, fellow female adherent Vo Kim Thoan and Deputy Chief of Administrative Committee of the Parish in Washington DC Le Van Tua came and gave a presentation on Cao Dai Religion at the University of Missouri in Columbia city, Missouri.

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INTRODUCTION TO CAODAISM AT THE UNIVERSITY OF VIENNA, AUSTRIA

INTRODUCTION TO CAODAISM AT THE UNIVERSITY OF VIENNA, AUSTRIA

Updated 2012-08-20 10:51:06

(Reported by Le Van Tua, Vienna April 3rd, 2012) – Translated by T. Em

Monday March 26th, 2012, thirteen delegates of Cao Dai Overseas Missionary, under the lead of Student-Priest Ngoc Canh Thanh (Tran Quang Canh), came to the University of Vienna in Austria to introduce the Cao Dai Religion to about 40 lecturers and students of the Department of Theology and Asian Religions. Professor Doctor Hans Gerald Hoedl

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A VISIT TO THE TOMB OF VICTOR HUGO AND TO ALLAN KARDEC SPIRITIST CENTER

A VISIT TO THE TOMB OF VICTOR HUGO AND TO ALLAN KARDEC SPIRITIST CENTER

Updated 2012-08-10 11:43:56

(Reported by Tua Le. Paris, April 3rd, 2012- Translated by Tuan Em)

After making a presentation on Caodai Religion at Vienna University in Austria, the delegation of Caodai religion’s overseas missionary comprising of 13 members from different states such as Washington DC, Virginia, New Jersey, Massachusetts and New York headed for Paris, the capital city of France on March 30th, 2012.

 

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The path to studying Caodaism

The path to studying Caodaism

Updated 2012-05-14 13:40:20

It was a Tet eve in 1984, when a one-day trip to Tay Ninh was arranged for a group of Russian oil experts from Vung Tau, including the author - still Moscow University undergraduate student, who worked at Vietsovpetro joint venture as an interpreter. Tay Ninh Holy See really proved a fascinating scene! Even for unprepared curiosity seekers a huge complex of temples - with a visible sign of a new religion, an eye surrounded by sunrays - looked amazing. The icon of “Three Saints” - Victor Hugo, Sun Yat Sen and a Vietnamese poet-prophet Nguyen Binh Khiem - near the entrance into the main temple clearly showed that the visitors faced an unparalleled religious phenomenon.

 

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Why be a Caodai scholar ?

Why be a Caodai scholar ?

Updated 2012-05-14 13:40:20

My name is Chris Hartney and I have been a student in religion at the University of Sydney for more than seven years. The study of religion is one way of glimpsing the thoughts and the consciousness of the people of the world, and I have come to realise that Caodaism is playing a significant part in changing that consciousness.

Caodaism came to Australia only after 1975. By 1983 Caodaists had started gathering together and began building a community of believers. Since then a dynamic and hard-working community has evolved based mainly in Sydney but also working in the other capital cities of the Australian states. By the time I came to study religions at the University of Sydney, Australian Caodaists had already held their Fifth Convention. This meeting gathered Caodaists from all over our continent and took place in the Women’s College of the University.

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Cao Dai in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Cao Dai in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Updated 2012-05-14 13:40:20

The CAO DAI religion (published in The Cambodia Daily, edition June-July 2005)

Tom Farrell


On 17 September last year, the mid-morning monotony of the Mao Tse Tsung Boulevard was interrupted by an unusual spectacle. Amid the petrol fumes and incessant growl of engines, twelve people in long white robes marched towards the Intercontinental Hotel. There the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) was holding its Inter Parliamentary

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