Further theology of the spiritual life 1 by Rahner, Karl

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  • Spiritual life -- Catholic Church.,
  • Theology.

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Statementby Karl Rahner ; translated by David Bourke.
ContributionsRahner, Karl, 1904-1984.
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Paginationx, 302 p.
Number of Pages302
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Open LibraryOL19666927M
ISBN 10023251156X

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