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Precis of Official Catholic Teaching On Faith, Revelation and the Bible by Catholics Committed to Support the PopeVolume 1
Precis of Official Catholic Teaching On Christ Our Lord, True God and True Man by Catholics Committed to Support the PopeVolume 2
Precis of Official Catholic Teaching On the Church by George P. MorseVolume 3
Precis of Official Catholic Teaching On Marriage, Family and Sexuality by George P. MorseVolume 4
Precis of Official Catholic Teaching On the Sanctity of Human Life by George P. MorseVolume 5
Precis of Official Catholic Teaching On the Social Teaching of the Church by Catholics Committed to Support the PopeVolume 6
Precis of Official Catholic Teaching On the Ordained Priesthood by George P. MorseVolume 7
Precis of Official Catholic Teaching On Worship and Sacraments by George P. MorseVolume 8
Precis of Official Catholic Teaching On the Christian Call to Personal Sanctification by George P. MorseVolume 9
Precis of Official Catholic Teaching On Catholic Education by George P. MorseVolume 10
Precis of Official Catholic Teaching On Marian Devotions and the Last Things by George P. MorseVolume 11

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