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Our Faith and the Facts : Religion's Story, What Catholics Believe and Practice, A Home Reference Library by  The Reverend C. F DONOVAN - First Thus - 1927 - from Ravenwood Gables Bookstore and

Our Faith and the Facts : Religion's Story, What Catholics Believe and Practice, A Home Reference Library

by DONOVAN, The Reverend C. F

Condition: COLLECTIBLE VG/No Jacket

Chicago: Patrick L. Baine, 1927. First Thus. Heavy Brown covers embossed with Cross and Gilt Bible over Cross in center. Marbled page edges,pictorial end papers entitled Defenders of Faith in the Early Days. Frontis piece is Colored picture of the Holy Family with children looking on. Tissue overlay with a couple of tears at gutter edge. 746 heavy pages tight and clean. "Answers to Charges Made Against the Church; What We Have Done and Are Doing." . First Thus. Embossed Simulated Leather. COLLECTIBLE VG/No Jacket. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.


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