The Catholic Church in Action

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The Catholic Church in Action

By
MICHAEL WILLIAMS
Editor of The Commonweal

WITH THE COLLABORATION OF JULIA KERNAN

New York THE MACMILLAN COMPANY 1934

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction 1
  • Part One- Rome--The Center 9
  • Chapter I- Peter''s City 11
  • Chapter II- The Vatican 23
  • Chapter III- The Papacy 40
  • Chapter IV- The Modern Popes 52
  • Chapter V- The Pope at Work 64
  • Chapter VI- The Cardinals 84
  • Chapter VII- The Roman Congregations 100
  • Chapter VIII- The Roman Tribunals 134
  • Chapter IX- The Roman Offices 145
  • Chapter X- The Papal Commissions 162
  • Chapter XI- The Church''s Diplomatic Service 171
  • Part Two- The Church throughout the World 183
  • Chapter XII- The Hierarchy 185
  • Chapter XIII- The Parish and the Parish Priest 211
  • Chapter XIV- The Mission Field 231
  • Chapter XV - The Eastern Churches 255
  • Chapter XVI- The Religious Orders 268
  • Chapter XVII- Catholic Education 281
  • Chapter XVIII- The Liturgy 298
  • Chapter XIX- Catholic Lay Action 324
  • Bibliography 345
  • Index 349
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