Healing: The Three Great Classics on Divine Healing

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The Catholic Daughters meet in the Klaus Murphy Center on the first Sunday of each month after the 9:00 AM Mass. Purpose is to raise awareness and seek ways for all parishioners to be able to use their gifts for full participation in parish life locally and on the diocesan level. It would be normal for a Protestant, who followed a hierarchical "Presbyterian" (elder rule) form of church government to use the word "church" instead of "assembly." They thought that we did since we could help them and that God would speak to us for them.

Pages: 384

Publisher: Wingspread; New Edition edition (January 1, 1992)

ISBN: 1600661793

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