Monica Naisen, a native of Japan, was arrested for sheltering Blessed John Baptist Zola and was beheaded at Nagasaki with her husband, Blessed John Naisen. Monica was beatified in 1867.
- Our Sunday Visitor's Encyclopedia of Saints, by Matthew Bunson & Margaret Bunson, page 496
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