Joint Statement of Tenrikyo-Christian Dialogue II

To continue the work of the “Tenrikyo-Christian Dialogue” Symposium held in Rome in 1998, professors of the Pontifical Gregorian University and Tenri University, together with notable representatives of the Catholic Church and of Tenrikyo and researchers from other universities, convened in Tenri on September 28-30, 2002, for the Tenri International…

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Tenrikyo-Christian Dialogue II Addresses “Education, Family, Religion”

“Tenri International Symposium 2002: Tenrikyo-Christian Dialogue II” was held from September 28 to 30 in the Home of the Parent under the joint sponsorship of Tenri University and Rome’s Pontifical Gregorian University. A sequel to the first Tenrikyo-Christian Dialogue held in Rome in 1998, this symposium involved representatives of the…

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Visit by the Former Shinbashira Encourages Followers in the U.S., Colombia, and Mexico

Former Shinbashira Zenye Nakayama traveled to the United States, Colombia, and Mexico between September 11 and 23. During this period, he visited Tenrikyo missionary facilities in these regions and warmly encouraged the followers there to take great strides toward the 120th Anniversary of Oyasama in a unity of mind. On…

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September Monthly Service Performed

The September Monthly Service of Church Headquarters was performed on the 26th in the Main Sanctuary with the Shinbashira presiding. Since the weather had been crisp and pleasant during the preceding several days, the cloudy skies and ever cooler weather on that day gave the impression that autumn had finally…

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August Monthly Service Joyfully Performed

The August Monthly Service of Church Headquarters was performed on the 26th in the Main Sanctuary with the Shinbashira presiding. Because the weather had been crisp and pleasant during the preceding several days, the sudden rise in temperature on the monthly service day gave the distinct impression that midsummer had…

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