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Church basic communities in Latin America.

Edited and Compiled by His Widow. With a Preface by the Viscountess Strangford. Volume 2

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        StatementWorld Council of Churches
        PublishersWorld Council of Churches
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        LC Classifications1979
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        Paginationxvi, 109 p. :
        Number of Pages83
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        ISBN 10nodata
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who was a diocesan priest at the timeJuan Luis Segundo, S. Bishop Octavio Cisneros invites you to help strengthen families, fund Catholic education, and foster priestly and religious vocations by giving to the Collection for the Church in Latin America. Pastor Marco Feliciano [ ] Federal deputy Pastorone of the most prominent names of thestated that Africans wereleading to accusations of. Making the Gospel message an ideology This temptation, the pope argues, has been present in the church from the beginning.

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