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In 23 pages the authors give a lively, interesting and knowledgeable overview of the Books of Maccabees and the way in which they have been read in the Catholic Church, and on a quick perusal of this book A Catholic Introduction to the Bible (Volume I), they have done the same for all the other Canonical and Deutero-canonical books of the Old ...
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Writer-director Kenneth Branagh tells a semi-autobiographical story. Young Jude Hill is playing in the street outside his row house, when suddenly Protestant gangsters march through and smash every Catholic household's windows, rip up the paving stones, and drive everyone, Catholic and Protestant alike to refuge.