2 edition of History and the Catholic historian found in the catalog.
History and the Catholic historian
Francis Xavier Murphy
Reprinted from "The Irish Ecclesiastical Record".
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Recent adult convert to Catholicism, couple years in. My family and all pre-conversion friends are non-Catholic (most non-theistic entirely). Recently, multiple family members and friends have approached me with accusation after accusation about alleged Catholic ‘atrocities’ throughout history. While not wanting to whitewash wrongdoing by individuals within the Church, I also suspect that. “This book, by one of the premier American Catholic historians, is clearly addressed to a broad audience. It is apologetic in the best sense, written from the point of view of a practicing Catholic, and addresses the various questions that would occur to a lay reader inevitably influenced by .
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