St. Paul Miki and Companions

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Links and Resources about St. Paul Miki and Companions- Memorial- February 6. Saint Paul Miki was born in Japan around 1566. He entered the Society of Jesus (Jesuits), and successfully preached the gospel to the Japanese people.  When persecution broke out, he was arrested along with 25 other Catholics. After enduring torment and ridicule, Paul Miki and his companions were taken to Nagasaki where they suffered crucifixion in 1597 on the evening of February 5. Their feast day in the Roman calendar is on Feb. 6. Source

To discover more about St. Paul Miki and his Companions see these sites:

St. Paul Miki and his Companions: Ignatian

Living Space St. Paul Miki and his Companions

St. Paul Miki and his Companions RCL Benzinger Saints Resource

EWTN Martyrs of Japan

Loyola Press Saint Paul Miki and Companions

Prayer Resources

Prayer to St Paul Miki for Courage


26 Martyrs Museum, Nagasaki, Japan


Sacred Art Series Blog: St. Paul Miki and the Nagasaki Martyrs – February 6

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