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Alfred McBride was born in 1928 in Philadelphia. He was ordained as a Roman Catholic priest in 1953 and has studied in Europe. He has a Ph.D. from Catholic University. McBride writes extensively on biblical and religious themes. His first book, "Bible Themes for Modern Man," was published in 1964. His latest book, "Images of Mary," is scheduled for publication in 1999. He also writes for newspapers and magazines. Father McBride is a member of the Norbertine Fathers religious order. He lives at St. Norbert's Abbey in Wisconsin. (Bowker Author Biography)
— biography from Essentials of the Faith: A Guide to the Catechism of the Catholic Church
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Images of Mary 43 copies
A Short History of the Mass 41 copies, 1 review
Death shall have no dominion 5 copies, 1 review
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