Seminar on Bro. Tsuda

A 2-hour talk will be held at Naruto Parish on June 11, 2018 at 2pm. Bro Yagi’s brother will be the main speaker. Continue reading

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Oblate Delegation of China

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Oblate Province of Colombo

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Legalized Sacrifice – a 23-month-old boy

The Culture of Deathtakes one giant step forward in Britain. A country noted for its democracy and seemingly strong defense of individual rights has crossed the line of “It is never right to do wrong.” The Culture of Death has strongly imprinted on the minds of its citizens that one “human right”does not exist in their country – the right to life for the child still in its mother’s womb. From this position, the Culture of Death has spread its wings to envelop the weak, the elderly, the defenseless and the sick. These categories of human beings are no longer valued as an asset to society, rather a hinderance to its growth. Continue reading

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Oblate Province of Philippines

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Oblate Province of United States

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Oblate Province of Italy

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Oblate Province of Jaffna

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Is Society Dehumanizing Unborn Babies?

Why this evil-disposed attack on procreation today? Procreation, the sexual activity of conceiving and bearing a biological offspring, is gradually being equalized with the phrase “profit and power at any cost”. Just look around. Big industry extending its strong influence over procreation and changing the meaning through manufacturing, engineering and controlling. Continue reading

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“Immigration” vs “Migration” – confusion?

Many news articles use the words refugees, migrants and asylum seekers when reporting on the movement of people. Japan Times headline this morning – “Japan to limit work permits for asylum seekers from 2018” – talks about asylum seekers who file for refugee status in order to work as immigrants in the country. The number of applications has jumped from 1,202 in 2012 to nearly 17,000 in 2017. But only 28 people were recognized as refugees in 2016, causing much international criticism that Japan is closed to refugees. Continue reading

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