Shall We Accept the Ancient Canons as Canon Law?: A Reply to the Pamphlet "The Ancient Canons and an Interpretation of the Word Discipline in the Book of Common Prayer" which was Published by the Joint Commission on Discipline of the American Church Union and the Clerical Union, Volume 736,Numéro 4
Virginia Diocesan Library, 1955 - 58 pages
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