Pope says baptism is root of unity

December 2000
Christian Century;12/06/2000, Vol. 117 Issue 34, p1268
Explains the significance of baptism to the unity of Christians according to Pope John Paul II. Stand of the Catholic Church to the dialogue raised by the declaration `Dominus Iesus.'


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