The Truth of Papal Claims
Attempting to challenge Catholic teaching about it's claim to be the one, true Church, modern Anglicans (circa 1900) devised the theory that the universal Church has three branches: the Roman, the Orthodox and the Anglican.
Here is a refutation by then Archbishop Raphael Merry Del Val, of these claims of Anglican theologians whose works took scripture, the Fathers and the councils out of context in order to make their assertions seem plausible. In this little work, the future cardinal puts all back into context and proves that the Catholic Church, the one and only true Church with the Pope as it's head, has always understood and taught this doctrine.
144 pp, Hard Cover with dust jacket