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St. Paul Miki and companions : the Japanese martyres / Barry Coldrey
Bib ID 3121393
Format BookBook
Author
Coldrey, Barry M., 1939-
 
Edition 1st ed. 
Description Thornbury, Vic. : Tamanaraik Press, 2004 
46 leaves : ill., map, port. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 1875258906
Series

Cost of discipleship.

Notes

"This is the fifth book in a series ... commenced by Brother Leo Griffin ..."--P. 6.

Subjects Miki, Paul, Saint.  |  Catholic Church -- Japan -- History.  |  Christian martyrs -- Japan -- Biography.
Other authors/contributors Griffin, Leo
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Saint Paul Miki and companions

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