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High calling, high stress : the vocational needs of ministers, an overview & bibliography / Robin J. Pryor
Bib ID 2424680
Format BookBook
Author
Pryor, Robin J. (Robin John), 1941-
 
Description Bedford Park, S. Aust. : Australian Association for the Study of Religions for the Commission on Continuing Education for Ministry of the Uniting Church in Australia: Synod of Victoria, 1982 
126 p. : forms ; 23 cm. 
Notes

"A report to the Commission on Continuing Education for Ministry of the Uniting Church in Australia (Synod of Victoria), April 1981"--Cover.

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. 41-122.

Subjects Clergy -- Psychology.  |  Stress (Psychology)
Other authors/contributors Uniting Church in Australia. Synod of Victoria. Commission on Continuing Education for Ministry

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