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April 30

Japan

1936 – Henry Montfort Cary, a Catholic priest turned Universalist missionary, died at age 58. Cary was attracted to Universalism while studying at Union Theological Seminary. Along with his wife, Maud Simonton, also a Universalist minister, Cary traveled to Japan to spread the faith.

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