On December 25, 1945, a group of devoted Christian Scientists gathered together for a Christmas party at the home of Miyo Matsukata and her family in Kamakura, Japan. The close of World War II marked the end of a four-year underground practice of Christian Science, which had been brought to Japan only about two decades earlier.
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