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Trullan controversy implications for the status of the Orthodox Churches in Roman Catholic canon law by John J. Myers

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Statementby John J. Myers.
SeriesCatholic University of America. Canon law studies -- 491, Canon law studies -- no. 491.
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Paginationvii, 223 leaves
Number of Pages223
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Open LibraryOL18259927M

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