Vietnam Religions

Buddhism, the principal organized religion of Vietnam, was first introduced to Indochina in 111 B.C., when the Chinese conquered the Red River Delta.

Cao Dai
A Vietnamese religious sect with saints ranging from Buddha and Jesus to Charlie Chaplin and Joan of Arc.

Confucianism was the moral philosophy which the Vietnamese used to govern their society.

Huynh Phu So
Huynh Phu So founded a new Buddhist sect, the Hoa Hao.

La Vang Basilica
The basilica was a favorite pilgrimage site for Vietnamese Catholics.