Pearl of Revelation Or the Real Presence of Christ in the Holy Eucharist from the Beginning of Time 1929

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Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2003 - Religion - 252 pages
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1929. This book is a treatise discussing how the world owes its civilization to the Christian religion; Christian doctrine is based on the Bible and tradition; preaching goes back to the inspired book; the Missal, the Breviary, Pontifical Rites, Papal documents and Canon Law are efforts on a large scale to digest its teachings and apply them. That all the contents of Holy Scripture are true we know by tradition. Catholic art draws its favorite subjects from Holy Writ while literature, proverbs and the daily conversation of all classes show Christians at all times to be familiar in a striking degree with its narrative. Hence, all these elements of civilization derive their main strength from the sacred source of their inspiration.

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