Spirit of the Catholic Church

August 2017
Spirit of the Catholic Church;8/1/2017, p1
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Presents the text of a letter written by the Bishop of Charleston, South Carolina concerning the events at the beginning of the Civil War. Reasons for the firing on Fort Sumter; Secessionist events in the US Congress; Opinions on the effects of the war upon the United States; Other observations.


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