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Wednesday, November 16, 2016
Round 14: Collectible Catholic Books for Sale
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Here is the next installment in the books that I am selling.  Please contact me at acatholiclife[at]gmail[dot]com if you are interested in any of these titles.

All are hardcovers in good condition and sell for $16/each or two for a total of $28.  All prices include shipping.

"The Perfect Law of Liberty," Jane McCormick, 652 pp., 1930

"The Handbook of Catholic Practices," Sr. Catherine Frederic, OSF, 298 pp., 1963

"The Image of His Maker," Robt. Brennan, OP, 325 pp., 1948 (on the Nature of Man)

"The Pope's Soldiers," David Alvarez, 365 pp., 2011 (the Swiss Guard)

"God and the Soul," Rev Henry Mohr, 306 pp., 1950 (sermons)

"The Black Death and Men of Learning," Anna Campbell, 180 pp., 1931 (secular-published)

"Your Mass and Your Life," R-M Beaubien, OFM, 810 pp., 1960

"Catholic Philosophy/Natural Theology," Bernard Boedder, SJ, 466 pp., 1891

"Whom Do You Say---?," Rev. J. Arendzen, 307 pp., 1927 (on the Incarnation)

"The Question Box," Rev. Bertrand Conway, 444 pp., 1929 (answers for non-Catholics)

"Conferences for Married Men," Fulgence Meyer, OFM, 191 pp., 1936

"Exposition of Christian Doctrine," 620 pp., by "a seminary professor," 1921 (on Moral Theology)

"The Novels of G. K. Chesterton," Ian Boyd, 192 pp., 1975

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