The Pope speaks on peace, excerpts from Papel pronouncements, 1944-1948 by Catholic Church. Pope (1939-1958 : Pius XII)

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SeriesCatholic Association for International Peace. Pamphlet -- no. 43., Pamphlet (Catholic Association for International Peace (U.S.)) -- no. 43
ContributionsNeill, Thomas Patrick, 1915- comp
LC ClassificationsJC1908.U6 C35 no. 43
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Pagination48 p. ;
Number of Pages48
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Open LibraryOL25913672M
LC Control Number51004947

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