2011 Oyasato Seminar Begins

The 2011 Oyasato Seminar—a summer program that teaches high-school-age participants from overseas about the faith—began on July 10. Sixty-seven participants from four countries will spend the next two weeks in Jiba immersed in the path. The Oyasato Seminar was first launched in 1984 as a program to nurture successors of…

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2010 Oyasato Seminar Conducted in Four Languages

The 2010 Oyasato Seminar—a summer program geared toward transmitting the faith to mainly high-school-age participants who are to shoulder the tasks of the overseas mission—was conducted in four languages in the Home of the Parent during the period between July 10 to August 17. The opening ceremony was held on…

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2009 Oyasato Seminar Conducted in Five Languages

The opening ceremony for the 2009 Oyasato Seminar―a summer program geared toward transmitting the faith to mainly high-school-age participants who are to shoulder the tasks of the overseas mission―was held in the ninth-floor assembly hall of Moya 38 on July 10. At the ceremony, Overseas Department Head Yoichiro Miyamori gave…

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2008 Oyasato Seminar Begins

The opening ceremony for the 2008 Oyasato Seminar–a summer program geared toward transmitting the faith to mainly high school-age participants who are to carry on the path of the overseas mission–was held in the auditorium of Tenrikyo Language Institute on July 10. The Oyasato Seminar initially began in 1984 as…

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2007 Oyasato Seminar Held in Three Languages

The Oyasato Seminar began in 1984 as a program geared toward transmitting the faith to mainly high school-age participants who are to carry on the path of the overseas mission. Although it was originally initiated as a program conducted in English, courses in Spanish, Portuguese, and Chinese were added in…

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2006 Oyasato Seminar Held in Four Languages

High-school-aged students from overseas returned to the Home of the Parent to attend the Oyasato Seminar, which began on July 10. This year, being the year of Oyasama’s 120th Anniversary, a record 85 students from 10 countries enrolled in the seminar. They are spending 18 days (16 days for the…

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