Catholics, Non-Catholics and Non-Catholic Catholics: And Non-Catholic Catholics
Author Constantine C. Kliora writes a highly enlightening book about moral issues entitled "Catholics, Non-Catholics and Non-Catholic Catholics". And just as the title indicates by using the prefix "Non", it is a book of contrariness. It reasonably opposes non-Catholic ideas that unreasonably oppose Catholic ideas. Kliora hopes that the book will confirm the beliefs of orthodox Catholics and contribute to changing the mental attitude of the "Non-Catholic Catholics" He wishes to inform both types, the real Catholics and the so-called Catholics, about the terrible goings-on that are occuring in our Catholic Church in America. Delve into this intriguing yet illuminating read.
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