The Rosary (Forrest)

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THE

ROSARY

Its History and How to Say It

 
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By
REV. M. D. FORREST, M.S.C.

 
 
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THE ROSARY

Its History and How to Say It

 

By
Rev. M. D. Forrest, M.S.C.

 
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New York
THE PAULIST PRESS
401 West 59th Street


 

Nihil Obstat:

Arthur J. Scanlan, S.T.D.,
Censor Librorum.

Imprimatur:

Patrick Cardinal Hayes,
Archbishop of New York.

New York, August 25, 1926.

 

PRINTED AND PUBLISHED IN THE U. S. A.
BY THE PAULIST PRESS, NEW YORK, N. Y.

 


 

Copyright, 1926, by
The Missionary Society of St. Paul the Apostle
in the State of New York


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