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history of the Catholic Church, for use of colleges, seminaries, and universities

Charles Poulet

history of the Catholic Church, for use of colleges, seminaries, and universities

authorized translation and adaptation from the 4th French edition

by Charles Poulet

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Published by Herder in St. Louis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Catholic Church -- History.,
  • Church history.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Sidney A. Raemers.
    ContributionsRaemers, Sydney A. b. 1892.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21458614M

    Have questions about the School of Theology and Religious Studies? Contact us! Caldwell Hall Michigan Ave N.E. Washington, D.C. USA. Phone: Dean's Office Fax: Faculty Fax: Phone: () The earliest mention we have to Cathedral Schools is from the Second Council of Toledo in ; they were set up in order to guarantee the formation of priests after the fall of the Empire caused the collapse of the Roman system of all, priests must at least be able to read, and after the general emptying of the cities in the Early Middle Ages it was a rare skill to find in the.

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    Seminaries. Since the mid-twentieth century in American higher education, "seminary" has referred to a group of special-purpose institutions of higher education whose primary purpose is theological education: graduate professional education for ministers, priests, or religious professionals or graduate education in the various theological studies disciplines. CH - Wisdom from Church History. In this course we will learn from the history of the Church from Pentecost to the present. We will focus on (1) the Church’s people who, as saints and sinners, have been the flesh and blood of its history; (2) .


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