The churches of the Dominican Republic in the light of history
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The churches of the Dominican Republic in the light of history a study of the root causes of current problems. by William Louis Wipfler

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Published by Centro Intercultural de Documentación in Cuernavaca .
Written in English



  • Dominican Republic


  • Dominican Republic -- Church history.

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Edition Notes

SeriesSondeos, no. 11
LC ClassificationsBR645.D6 W57
The Physical Object
Pagination210 p.
Number of Pages210
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4726950M
LC Control Number78014793

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