An illustrated history of the ecumenical councils.
The proceedings of the Twenty-First ecumenical Council begun by Pope John XXIII and continued by Pope VI, continue to capture the imagination of the modern world. The ideas presented, reaching far beyond purely sectarian matters, have proved to be of great importance not only to Roman Catholics but to all religious groups. To understand and evaluate the sessions in Rome it is helpful to know something of previous Councils, their place in history, and their effect upon the social, cultural, and artistic life of their times.
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