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Japan’s bishops strongly object to retention of Shinto rituals in emperor’s abdication, enthronement

June 06, 2018

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CWN Editor's Note: This document, dated February 22, has been translated into English. 79% of Japan’s 126 million people are Shinto, and 68% are Buddhist: many citizens profess both religions.

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