century of social teaching a common heritage, a continuing challenge : a pastoral message by Catholic Church. National Conference of Catholic Bishops.

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  • Church and social problems -- Catholic Church -- History -- 20th century.

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Statementof the Bishops of the United States on the 100th anniversary of Rerum novarum.
SeriesPublication / Office for Publishing and Promotion Services, United States Catholic Conference -- no. 379-5, Publication (United States Catholic Conference. Office of Publishing and Promotion Services) -- no. 379-5.
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LC ClassificationsHN37.C3 C32 1990
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Pagination12 p. :
Number of Pages12
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Open LibraryOL16588374M
ISBN 101555863795

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