Pastoral letter of the Catholic espicopate of the United States on the religious situation in Mexico
Catholic Church in the United States. Bishops, Catholic Church. National Conference of Catholic Bishops
Committee of the American Episcopate, 1926 - Church and state - 28 pages
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