An Essay on the Law of Celibacy
Imposed on the Clergy of the Roman Catholic Church, and Observed in All the Religious Orders Abroad; in Which Are Delineated Its Rise, and Progress From the Most Early Ages of Its Existence, Down to the Present Times; and the Impropriety of This Ecclesiastical Constitution Is Shewn, Whether It Be Considered in A Moral, A Physical, or A Political Light: as Also, A Summary Account Is Given of the Origin of the Monastic Life; of the Prejudices Which Chiefly Contributed to Introduce It, and in What Manner These Have Been Perpetuated; &c. Interspersed With Various Remarks Upon Several Other Observances of the Roman Catholic DisciplineeBook - 1782?
Publisher: Worcester : printed and sold by M. Lewis, in High-Street; sold also by J. F. and C. Rivington, No. 62, St. Paul's Church-Yard, and J. Bew, Paternoster-Row, London; Fletcher, Oxford; Pearson and Rollason, Birmingham; Pugh, Hereford; and Evans, Glocester, [1782?]
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