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Published by Penguin in Harmondsworth .
Written in English


  • Fathers of the church.,
  • Liturgies -- History.,
  • Church history -- 20th century.

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Statement[by] J. Daniélou, A. H. Couratin & John Kent.
SeriesThe Pelican guide to modern theology,, v. 2, Pelican books, A 1049.
ContributionsCouratin, Arthur Hubert, 1902-, Kent, John, 1923-
LC ClassificationsBR67 .D33
The Physical Object
Pagination383 p.
Number of Pages383
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5514376M
ISBN 100140210490
LC Control Number73446793

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