The Everything Catholicism Book by Helen Keeler

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With over one billion members, Catholicism is one of the oldest - and largest - organized religions in the world. The Everything Catholicism Book is an easy-to-follow guide that helps you gain a better understanding of this complex religion. From the Seven Sacraments to basic Church doctrine, this comprehensive book unravels all aspects of the Catholic Church, making it much easier for you to grasp. Thought-provoking and stimulating, The Everything Catholicism Book helps you understand and appreciate the complexity of the traditions and tenets of the Catholic faith.


About Helen Keeler

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Helen Keeler has been a writer, editor, and educator for twenty years. She has worked in public education in the areas of health and safety, has taught evening classes in journalism, and teaches catechism as a volunteer. Ms. Keeler lives in Toronto, Canada. Susan Grimbly has been a journalist for twenty years, writing for The Globe and Mail, National Post, Ottawa Citizen, Quill & Quire, Books in Canada, and Maclean’s Magazine, among others. Ms. Grimbly, who lives in Toronto, Canada, has also been a member of the Catholic Church for forty-seven years.
Published March 1, 2003 by Adams Media. 308 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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