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Unless a wheat grain dies -: Claudine Thévenet, 1774-1837 (Mother Mary St. Ignatius), foundress of the Congregation of the Religious of Jesus and Mary by Laurentine Chiasson ISBN 13: 9780950775005

ISBN 10: 0950775002

Paperback; London: The Religious Of Jesus And Mary, 1981; ISBN-13: 978-0950775005

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Unless a Wheat Grain Dies. Claudine Thevenet, 1774-1837

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ISBN 13
9780950775005
ISBN 10
0950775002
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Paperback. Very Good. Very Good. Copyright 1981 paperback, unmarked pages, uncreased spine, moderate wear.
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Unless a Wheat Grain Dies. Claudine Thevenet, 1774-1837

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Used - Good
ISBN 13
9780950775005
ISBN 10
0950775002
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2
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Dunfermline, Fife
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Used - Good. Ships from the UK. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside.
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