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light of the Cross in the Twentieth Century
|Other titles||The influence of the Church on modern civilization, The teachings of the Church made manifest to the modern mind, The glorious teachings of our holy religion|
|Statement||from the pens of The Paulist Fathers and other eminent authorities ; with an introductory chapter by James Cardinal Gibbons.|
|Series||Educational library handy-volume series, Educational library handy-volume series|
|Contributions||Gibbons, James, 1834-1921., Paulist Fathers.|
|The Physical Object|
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