By John McManners
Quantity 1 describes the family of Church and nation, the wealth of the Church, and its function in nationwide existence from Versailles to the scaffold. Dioceses, parishes, and the monastic constitution are offered intimately, and the vocation and life style of the clergy as in mesh with each point of social living.
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