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The Seeker's Guide to the Christian Story

by Mitch Finley

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Sanning from the birth of Christianity through the Crusades and the Protestant Reformation to John XXIII and the Second Vatican Council, this brief and accessible guide introduces us to the sotry of our Catholic Church. Finely presents eleven essays on significant "moments" in Church history, the effects of which are still felt by Catholics and other Christians. These events contribute much to the experience of the contemporary Church. This book addresses the question, How did we come to be the Church that we are today? To read this book is to see the human face of the Church, past and present. For those seeking to nurture a fledgling or mature faith, this book helps us better understand who we are as Catholics by exploring where we've been.

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