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Breaking Faith: The Pope, the People, and the Fate of Catholicism, John Cornwell

Author    John Cornwell

Title   Breaking Faith: The Pope, the People, and the Fate of Catholicism

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   Very Good

Jacket Condition   With Dust Jacket

Book Type   Used

Book Size   1 x 6.25 x 9.25 Tall

Publisher   New York Penguin Putnam 2001

ISBN Number    0670030023 / 9780670030026

Seller ID   3987

Cornwell explains why he left the Church but returned to it after twenty years because he 'couldn't do without it' and because he is convinced that Catholicism still has the power to make the world a better place. Cornwell addresses issues that range from the core concepts of everyday practice like confession, liturgy, sexual practices, divorce to issues that concern the organization of the church globally including the changing face of priesthood, the ordination of women, and the challenge of the conservative movement worldwide. Hardcover. Ex-library copy in Very Good condition. Limited unobtrusive marks on free front endpaper. Unmarked edges and text. Minimal wear. 310 pages.

Roman Catholic Church

Price = 5.00 USD

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