6 edition of A Philadelphia Catholic to King James"s Court found in the catalog.
by Lilyfield Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||53|
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A Philadelphia Catholic in King James's Court is the kind of book that would have served me well back in my high school days. This novel is engaging, thought provoking and even humorous in /5().
A Philadelphia Catholic in King James' Court is a decent book for what it seeks to be. The book defends Church teachings well and captures a search for truth that most teenagers, and maybe adults, face.
It is probably a great book /5. Novel written by Martin de Porres Kennedy. This is the story of the young Michael O'Shea. After the tragic death of his father, he travels from Philadelphia to rural Kentucky for the summer. In. Get this from a library. A Philadelphia Catholic in King James's Court.
[Martin de Porres Kennedy] -- After the death of his father, Michael O'Shea travels to Kentucky to live on a farm where he.
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