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Nairobi report : fifth assembly of the World Council of Churches / [photographs by Robin Gurney]
Bib ID 2187041
Format BookBook
Description London : Catholic Truth Society, [1975] 
[16] p. : col. ports. ; 19 cm. 
ISBN 0851831559
Notes

Cover title.

Subjects World Council of Churches. Assembly (5th : 1975 : Nairobi, Kenya)
Other authors/contributors World Council of Churches
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