The Denomination Called Catholic

Carlin, David R.
November 1997
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Nov1997, Issue 77, p18
Talks about reform proposals to Protestantize the Catholic Church in the U.S. Liberal agenda for Catholic reform; Forms of organized religion; History of the development of sociological typology.


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