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110706-0028 - Catholic Priests


Nagasaki Showa 1920s Unknown
Ten Japanese Catholic priests working on the Goto Islands. In the 17th century Japanese Christians escaped persecution by going underground. They were rediscovered when Christianity re-entered Japan during the second half of the 19th century and became known as “Kakure Kirishitan” (Hidden Christians). The Catholic Church paid a lot of attention to them.
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