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Church History: The Catholic Church Through the Ages [Paperback]

By Lawrence G. Lovasik (Author)
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As it sets forth the major events in the life of the Church in a clear and logical fashion, The St. Joseph Concise Church History makes them understandable to the modern reader. Ideal for classroom or private use.Written in L arge Type. Illustrations.

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Format: Large Print
Studio: Catholic Book Publishing Company
Pages   192
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.26" Width: 5.52" Height: 0.44"
Weight:   0.48 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Mar 1, 1990
Edition  Large Type  
ISBN  0899422624  
ISBN13  9780899422626  

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More About Lawrence G. Lovasik

Lawrence G. Lovasik Rev. Lawrence Lovasik, SVD was born on June 22, 1913 in Tarentum, Pennsylvania. He attended primary school at Saint Clement School before continuing on to Divine Word minor seminary and college in Girard, Pennsylvania. He graduated in 1931.

Father Lovasik then entered the Divine Word Major Seminary in Techny, Illinois, where he graduated in 1938. After completing his theological studies at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome, Father Lovasik was ordained a missionary priest of the Society of the Divine Word on August 14, 1938.

Father Lovasik spent several years as a teacher and Prefect of Seminarians for the Society of the Divine Word. For over forty years, he preached parish missions throughout the Eastern United States and conducted retreats throughout the world. In 1954, Father Lovasik founded the Sisters of the Divine Spirit, a missionary congregation of women religious. In 1967, he founded the Family Service Corps, a secular institute devoted to charitable work for the sick, elderly and needy.

Father Lovasik said his life's ideal was to make God more known and loved through his writings. He published more than 30 books and over 75 pamphlets including prayer books, Bible stories for children, lives of the saints, and catechisms.

Father Lovasik retired from missionary work in 1982. He died on June 9, 1986.

Lawrence G. Lovasik lived in Pittsburgh. Lawrence G. Lovasik was born in 1913 and died in 1986.

Lawrence G. Lovasik has published or released items in the following series...
  1. St. Joseph Picture Book
  2. St. Joseph Picture Books
  3. St. Joseph Picture Books (Paperback)

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1Books > Large Print > Large Print
2Books > Subjects > Religion & Spirituality > Christianity > Catholicism > General
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Shaky  Sep 18, 2003
While I've only browsed through the book, and not bought it, my reason for not doing so illustrate my reason for not doing so.

In recounting the history of the Great Schism of 1054, Fr Lovasik states that the Greeks had *removed* the filioque clause from the Nicene Creed.

In fact, the filioque was not originally part of the Creed, first having been added in 534 at a council in Toledo, the purpose being to combat Islam. The addition was initially opposed by the Roman See, but eventually (8th or 9th century) added, but only in the west. The Eastern Churches rejected, and, for the most part, continue to reject, this addition. Those in communion with Rome, however, regard it as a valid, but non-binding, statement of faith.

Having seen this error in reporting one of the pivotal moments in the Church's history, I found it impossible to consider reading the rest of the book.

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