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Dear Mr. Stutler,

Thank you so much for your writings on the Edo Kirishitan. I just undertook a pilgrimage and walked from the Kobinata Kirishitan-Yashiki through Kodenma-cho to the Mita-Fudanotsuji. I prayed at the Takanawa Catholic Church.

I am a Japanese Roman Catholic; I used to study at the School attached to the Vatican Secret Archives in Rome.
I enjoyed reading many old hand-written documents kept in several Archives in Rome.

Please pray for me,
Sincerely,
Ignatius Shigekazu

Admin reply: That was quite a long walk -- and interesting story! I'm glad you found my web site. I will pray for you. Please pray for me.
Thanks!


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Dear Mr. Stutler,
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Our publishing house is interested in using your work - 221B Baker Street - in our edition of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle.
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Please let us know if it is possible? Please get in touch with us via email.
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Thank you in advance.
With best wishes,
Patrick King


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Apple has a new app "1650 Psalter" has the whole psalter
Plus tunes you can assign to each psalm. Split leave
If desired. I use this exclusively now for the LOH
And really like the music to sing along. Piano and
A few organ tunes.

Admin reply: Thanks! I'll look into this and add it to the article!


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Love your website's resources on chant. You helped me find some things I had been looking for for a while. Thank you!

"And some things that should not have been forgotten were lost."

Admin reply: Thanks John! I have also have had trouble finding information on various subjects on the web in the past, so when I did happen to find something, I put it on my web site for people like you!


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Admin reply: I can't recall now if I replied directly to your message. Thanks for contacting me!


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So, what kind of cotton? I guess this can be added to the prev question - I just couldn't figure how I could answer in that thread :)

Admin reply: The cheapest cotton I can find. I've used cotton balls, and also those cut squares for removing makeup or whatever.


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Hi Russ,
I was wondering what exactly you put in your yatate? I see silk and cotton mentioned in various places - is it raw fiber, threads, or small pieces of fabric (very unlikely I guess :)). Also, have you tried to grind sumi ink, pour it into yatate and keep it liquid/reconstitute with water, or you only use liquid sumi?
Thanks for your advice!

Admin reply: I use liquid sumi in my yatate, to which I add a few drops of water because it's so thick and doesn't absorb well into the cotton. I've tried grinding my own sumi from ink sticks, but it was a lot of work, and I couldn't get the right ink to water ratio. I'm sure I could have gotten it right if I kept practicing though.


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Thank you for the image of the Scapular that I could print it and use it. Please never stop working for God. You did a really good job! God Bless you!

Admin reply: I'm happy you could use the scapular designs. Thank you very much!


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Admin reply: Thank you for sending me the words. I'll do this when I find time, and then I will contact you.


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Thank you for your reply - I suspect the final historical record will show your guesstimate of the numbers of female Kirishtan martyrs was correct.

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