Tolerance As Catholic Doctrine

Cross, Derek
October 1992
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Oct1992, Issue 26, p38
Focuses on the differing views of Christian religious leaders on the case of religious freedom. Condemnation of the concept of religious freedom by Pope Gregory XVI; Arguments raised by Pope Leo XIII on the nature of human liberty; Provision of the Declaration on Religious Freedom of Vatican II.


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