Evangelicals in the Church of Mary

Moloney, Daniel P.
December 2000
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Dec2000, Issue 108, p13
Comments on issues related to the presence of evangelical Protestants in Roman Catholic events in the United States. Comparison between Protestants and Catholics; Discussion on the two dimensions within the Church; Explanation on the practices of the two religions.


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