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Catholic terminology in Japanese

healer

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Is it somewhere on the net that one can see sacraments, feast days, mass in Japanese language? Preferably they are bilingual.
 

Majestic

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Not bilingual, but hopefully useful

Note also the links at the bottom of that page. They should also be useful to you.
 

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The best thing I can think of is contact a Catholic school in Japan like Fukuoka Futabagakuen.

This video shows they have native English-speaking teachers, who should be able to get you some information in English.



Also, a search on Google brings up numerous Catholic churches in Tokyo.

 
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I would add I know that some of the Catholic churches in Tokyo have people who speak English and can provide assistance in English.

And for something entirely off-topic, I think the Roppongi Church in Tokyo has a wonderful live sing-along concert of Haydn's Messiah Hallelujah Chorus, early in the soon-to-begin Christmas season. (I attended it years ago.) Be prepared to sing! (Everybody who can sing the bass part please raise your hand...) When I was there, they did an excellent job, with only a piano as accompanyment.
 
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healer

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Thanks guys! Your info does help. I don’t live in Japan. The reason I asked because when I learn a language I would like to use it in the meantime as much as possible regardless of mistakes I could make. I often grab the chance as much as possible to write in the language or even think in the language. I’m a Catholic so sometimes I would need the terminology for writing my schedules and so on.
 
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