Catholicism is right, so why change it?

Wilhelmsen, Frederick D.
July 1967
Saturday Evening Post;7/15/1967, Vol. 240 Issue 14, p10
Comments on the spiritual authority of the Roman Catholic church. Criticisms against Catholics; Analysis of the demand for absolute academic freedom with regard to religion; Views on the demand that the church admit a married clergy.


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