The Pope and the Council
Rivingtons, 1869 - Old Catholic Church - 425 pages
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A leading Catholic historian of his day who pleaded with the Catholic Church against stating some of the pending teachings that were to be and eventually affirmed in the 1st Vatican Council.
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