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A letter to the Roman Catholics of the city of Worcester

Charles Henry Wharton

A letter to the Roman Catholics of the city of Worcester

from the late Chaplain of that society. Stating the motives which induced him to relinquish their communion, and become a member of the Protestant church.

by Charles Henry Wharton

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Published by printed and sold by all the booksellers in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 469, no. 3.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination40p.
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16919368M

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The Roman Catholic Church is ruled by the Pope in Vatican City, Rome. He rules over all Catholic Churches in the world and many Catholics make it their life-long dream to visit Vatican City one day and to attend Mass with the Pope. A letter to the Roman Catholics of the city of Worcester, from the late Chaplain of that society. Stating the motives which induced him to relinquish. and become a member of the Protestant church. de Charles Henry Wharton et d'autres livres, articles d'art et de collection similaires disponibles sur

Our primary mission is to inform Catholics in the Diocese of Worcester about what is happening in the Church at the parish, diocesan, state, national and international levels. Part of the primary mission means that we serve as an arm of the Bishop’s teaching ministry. In concert with this mission. An address to the Roman Catholic of the United States of America: Occasioned by a letter addressed to the Catholics of Worcester, by Mr. Wharton, their late chaplain / By the Reverend Dr. Carroll Carroll, John, [ Book: ] At National Library.


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Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. A letter to the Roman Catholics of the city of Worcester by Charles Henry Wharton,Printed by Robert Aitken edition, Microform in EnglishPages: This book is a defense of certain doctrines of the Catholic Church.

It was written by John Carroll, who would become the first bishop of the United States, in response to Charles Wharton’s Letter to the Roman Catholics of the City of Worcester [England] ().

The book is inches in height and is in the quarto format. A binder’s stamp indicates that this particular copy was later bound. [A letter to the Roman Catholics of the city of Worcester, from the late Chaplain of that society: Stating the motives which induced him to relinquish their communion.

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Stating the motives. Wharton, Charles Henry. Philadelphia: Robert Aitken, Apostasy, Parsons 46a: Letter to the Roman Catholics of the city of Worcester, from the late chaplain of that society. Stating the motives. At last he gave it to a printer in Philadelphia under the title Letter to the Roman Catholics of the City of Worcester, and offered it for public sale.

He proceeded to offer himself as a minister. At the close of the American Revolution Wharton resided at Worcester, England, as chaplain to the Roman Catholics in that city. There he addressed a poetical epistle to George Washington, with a sketch of his life, which was published for the benefit of American prisoners in Born: June 5,St.

Mary's County, Maryland. As individuals, families and parishes, our mission as the Diocese of Worcester is to respond joyfully to Christ’s call to become more fully the People of God. Though imperfect, we are a blessed people striving to participate in Christ’s mission of reaching out to all.

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