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Luís de Almeida
［Luís de Almeida ］Luís de Almeida, a missionary of the Society of Jesus, first came to Japan in 1552 and carried out his missionary activities until his death in Amakusa in 1583. He was well versed in medicine and established a hospital in Funai ofin the Bungo region to introduce Western medicine to the Japanese.
［Collegio］The Collegio refers to a school for the training of clergy, founded by Valignano, the Visitator General of the Society of Jesus. It offered higher education in theology, religious studies, philosophy, natural sciences, Latin and others.
［Saint］Saint is a title given by the Pope in official recognition of the holiness of those who have devoted their lives to deep faith as martyrs and Christians. A "saint" is added to the list of saints, and a "blessed" is added to the list of blessed persons.
［Seminário］A seminário is now a minor seminary giving a Christian education for training priests and the religious. In those days, music and painting were taught along with Latin at seminários.