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by Maureen Junker-Kenny,Norbert Mette

Free eBook Little Children Suffer (Concilium Journal Series) download ISBN: 1570750718
Author: Maureen Junker-Kenny,Norbert Mette
Publisher: Orbis Books (April 1, 1996)
Language: English
Pages: 147
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Series Statement: Concilium ; 1996/2. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references. All rights are reserved by their owners. Personal Name: Junker-Kenny, Maureen. Personal Name: Mette, Norbert, 1946-. Uniform Title: Concilium (Glen Rock, .

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Children - Moral and ethical aspects, Children - Social conditions, Children's rights, Church and social . Includes bibliographical references. Mette, Norbert, 1946-; Junker-Kenny, Maureen.

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