In about 700 A to Z entries, Encyclopedia of Catholicism covers the key people, movements, institutions, practices, and doctrines of Roman Catholicism from its earliest origins. Focusing on the living faith and its historical and social background, this volume provides high school and junior college students, as well as the layperson, with the tools to help them understand this multifaceted religion. This encyclopedia also features approximately 80 black and white illustrations, a comprehensive introduction that provides an overview of the tradition, a list of popes and antipopes, an extensive chronology, a detailed bibliography, and an index.
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