The Head of Mary


Nagasaki, obliterated by an atomic bomb in 1945, was the most Christian city in Japan. Head of Mary portrays a moving quest for faith in the midst of catastrophe. How could God have allowed such pain and suffering?

Translated from the Japanese by David Goodman.

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