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by / on August 11, 2014 at 6:16 am / in Interesting Japanese Christians!, Roman Catholic Missions

Christian Martyrs 0f 1619 in Kyoto, Japan!

Christian Martyrs 0f 1619 in Kyoto! Christian Martyrs 0f 1619 in Kyoto, an article based on a report by Mr.Paul S. Satoh, a Catholic layman, from Osaka. I would like to start with an apology to my readers, it’s been a while that I have posted a new segment of the Otis Cary book. I will do my best to continue […]

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by / on June 3, 2011 at 1:11 pm / in Interesting Japanese Christians!

Ōmura Sumitada: Japanese Daimyo!

Ōmura Sumitada From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Ōmura Sumitada (1533-June 23, 1587) Japanese daimyo lord of the Sengoku period. He achieved fame throughout the country for being the first of the daimyo to convert to Christianity following the arrival of the Jesuit missionaries in the mid-16th century. Following his baptism, he was known as “Dom Bartolomeu”. Sumitada is also known […]

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by / on March 29, 2010 at 9:59 pm / in Interesting Japanese Christians!

Arima Harunobu

Arima Harunobu From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Arima Harunobu (有馬晴信?, 1567-1612) Arima Harunobu was the second son and successor of Japanese daimyo Arima Yoshisada. Harunobu was born in the castle of Arima and controlled the Shimabara area of Hizen province. After Harunobu’s father’s death, he began the persecution of Christians in his region. With Ryūzōji Takanobu expanding into his domain, […]

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