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Die Krise der Katechese und ihre Überwindung : Rede in Frankreich

Author: Benoît, pape.; Hans Urs von Balthasar; Notre Dame de Paris.; Notre-Dame de Fourvière (Lyon)
Publisher: Einsiedeln : Johannes Verl, 1983.
Series: Kriterien, 64.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Benoît, pape.; Hans Urs von Balthasar; Notre Dame de Paris.; Notre-Dame de Fourvière (Lyon)
ISBN: 3265102696 9783265102696
OCLC Number: 611423298
Notes: Traduit de: Transmettre la foi aujourd'hui.
Originaltitel: Transmettre la foi aujourd'hui.
Description: 147 S ; 19 cm.
Series Title: Kriterien, 64.
Responsibility: Joseph Kardinal Ratzinger ; mit den Reden von Erzbischof Dermot J. Ryan (Dublin), Gotfried Kardinal Danneels (Mecheln/Brüssel) und Franciszek Kardinal Macharski (Krakau).

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