Nichiren Shoshu
Myohoji Temple
Los Angeles, CA


Nichiren Shoshu Buddhism
Introductory Meeting at Myohoji Temple

  • Third Thursday of each Month: 7:00 PM in the Reception Hall
    An Introduction to Buddhism: Come and learn how to chant and hear a sermon from our priest and enjoy a Q&A session with the priest. We hold regular Introduction to Buddhism meetings at our temple. Our meetings are open to the public.
  • Third Sunday of each Month: 10:00 AM in the Main Hall
Come and make new Buddhist friends at our Introductory meeting here at Myohoji Temple. Find out how people have greatly improved their lives through practicing Nichiren Shoshu Buddhism!

Sermon from Sixty-eight High Priest
Nichinyo Shonin


Faith is the Essential Point of One’s Buddhist Practice

May 4, 2014

About Nichiren Shoshu True Buddhism
Three thousand years ago, Shakyamuni of India preached his highest teaching, the Lotus Sutra. This was the purpose of his advent. He predicted the appearance of the True Buddha in the Latter Day of the Law, the age that would begin 2000 years after his passing. On February 16, 1222, Nichiren Daishonin made his advent in Japan, and proved with his life the predictions made in the Lotus Sutra. He is revered as the True Buddha of this time period, the Latter Day of the Law.  Click for more..
Upcoming Ceremonies
Sunday, August 24thMorning Gongyo
Sunday, August 31stMonthly Memorial Ceremony for the Deceased
Sunday, September 7thKosen-rufu Gongyo Ceremony
Sunday, September 14thOko Ceremony in Praise of Nichiren Daishonin; Gonan-e Ceremony
" Those who maintain faith in the Lotus Sutra are as if in winter, but winter always turns to spring. Never, since ancient times, has anyone heard of or seen winter turn back to autumn. Nor have I heard of a believer in the Lotus Sutra turning back into a common mortal. The sutra states, "If there are people who listen to the [true] Law, then not one will fail to attain Buddhahood".
                                                   (Gosho, p. 832)
   
 
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