The Catholic Church has always claimed Jesus of Nazareth as its founder, and nearly everyone is familiar with the basic facts about this dynamic Jewish preacher and healer who was born around the turn of the century A.D. (proabably between 6 B.C. and A.D. 6) and was crucified by the Romans between A.D. 28 and 30.
Many Catholics prayed that he could lessen the polarization within the Church.
This critically acclaimed history covers the events and doctrines that have shaped Catholic thought and action over the past two millennia. A singularly useful reference book, updated and expanded for the student of the 1990's.
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