The diocese of Nha Trang (Latin: Dioecesis Nhatrangensis) is a Roman Catholic diocese of Vietnam. The current bishop is Joseph Vo Duc Minh, since December 4, 2009.
The creation of the diocese in present form was declared November 24, 1960.
The diocese covers an area of 9,486 km², and is a suffragan diocese of the Archdiocese of Hue.
By 2004, the diocese of Nha Trang had about 185,064 believers (11.8% of the population), 144 priests and 69 parishes.
Christ the King Cathedral in Nha Trang has been assigned as the Cathedral of the diocese.
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