People of God: the struggle for world Catholicism
Since the beginning of John Paul II's papacy in 1979, the Catholic Church has been making headlines with its attempts to return Catholicism to a pre-Vatican II authoritarian church in absolute obedience to Rome. This book explores the growing progressive movement and the Vatican's attempt to squelch it.
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The Catholic Counterreformation
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