Observations: Japanese Christians may have something to teach us

Observations: Japanese Christians may have something to teach us

August 25th, 2020 | 2:30 PM | E124
EPISODE SUMMARY

The corona virus pandemic has forced limits upon Christians’ ability to gather in churches to pray and celebrate liturgy. In some places, churches are closed. In others, the number of those who can join liturgies is limited to a fraction of what used to be normal. In this episode, Father William Grimm, who lives in Japan, shares experience of Christians in Japan during centuries of persecution that may have something to teach us today.

EPISODE SUMMARY

The corona virus pandemic has forced limits upon Christians’ ability to gather in churches to pray and celebrate liturgy. In some places, churches are closed. In others, the number of those who can join liturgies is limited to a fraction of what used to be normal. In this episode, Father William Grimm, who lives in Japan, shares experience of Christians in Japan during centuries of persecution that may have something to teach us today.


Produced by Binu Alex

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Show Contributors
Binu Alex, Father William Grimm, John Laurenson