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Faithful Dissenters

Robert Mcclory

Faithful Dissenters

Robert Mcclory

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Faithful Dissenters tells the stories of people who took risky stands and sometimes paid heavily. Yet the benefits of their dissent have unquestionably enriched the church and all of us. They include: -- Catherine of Sienna-- Thomas Aquinas-- Matteo Ricci-- Hildegard of Bingen-- John Henry Newman-- Mary Ward-- Yves CongarAll of these men and women had one thing in common: they loved the church. And the church they helped change now holds all of them in high esteem.

- Publisher Tells the stories of dissenters - from Galileo to John Courtney Murray - who have helped the church & the world to see more clearly.

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About "Faithful Dissenters"

Faithful Dissenters tells the stories of people who took risky stands and sometimes paid heavily. Yet the benefits of their dissent have unquestionably enriched the church and all of us. They include: -- Catherine of Sienna-- Thomas Aquinas-- Matteo Ricci-- Hildegard of Bingen-- John Henry Newman-- Mary Ward-- Yves CongarAll of these men and women had one thing in common: they loved the church. And the church they helped change now holds all of them in high esteem.
- Publisher

Tells the stories of dissenters - from Galileo to John Courtney Murray - who have helped the church & the world to see more clearly.
- Publisher

Meet the Author

Robert Mcclory

McClory is an associate professor of journalism at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois.

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Product Details
  • Catalogue Code 166567
  • Product Code 1570753229
  • EAN 9781570753220
  • Pages 180
  • Department Academic
  • Category History
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Orbis
  • Publication Date Nov 2000
  • Dimensions 234 x 152 x 13 mm
  • Weight 0.439kg

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