On the morning of June 9, His Holiness the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha – Elder Most Venerable Thich Tri Quang returned to Nam Dinh province to visit monks and nuns and Buddhists at Truc Lam Thien Truong, the headquarters of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha in Nam Dinh province.
The ceremony was attended by the Most Venerable Thich Quang Ha, Head of the Executive Committee of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha in Nam Dinh Province, and monks and nuns, along with a large number of Buddhists.
After the lecture by Most Venerable Thich Quang Ha, the monks and nuns of the Executive Board and monks and nuns studying at Nam Dinh Buddhist Intermediate School with Buddhists paid homage to His Holiness the Dharma Master of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha.
He also gave instructions, recalling the tradition of Nam Dinh, where many high monks of Vietnamese Buddhism were found, including the First Dharma Master of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha – Venerable Thich Duc Nhuan, Mr. , The Venerable Master Pham The Long, the Most Venerable Thich Nhuan Duc, the Elder Most Venerable Kim Cuong Tu, etc., and encouraged the monks and nuns to follow the example of the Patriarchs to study diligently and wholeheartedly to serve in the heart of the monastic. .
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His Holiness Quyen Phap also praised the merits of Most Venerable Thich Quang Ha and reviewed the fond memories of many visits to Nam Dinh in the role of Head of the Central Committee for Propaganda in the first terms after the Church was founded. establish.
He also entrusted Most Venerable Thich Quang Ha with the responsibility of guiding Buddhists to study in the right spirit of the Dharma and according to the traditions of Vietnamese Buddhism.
Here, His Holiness the Dharma Master of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha also offered incense to commemorate the venerable virtues who had passed away at the Truc Lam Thien Truong’s ancestral hall.
It is known that the Nam Dinh Buddhist Intermediate School is one of the places where the monks volunteer to join the frontline, serve in field hospitals and treat Covid-19 in the southern provinces in 2021. past.