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Reverend Martin Jerome Scott, . God and myself: an inquiry into the true religion (1917). The Hand of God: A Theology for the People (1918). Convent life: the meaning of a religious vocation (1920). D. (1865-1954) was an American priest of the Society of Jesus of the Roman Catholic Church and author of a number of books, pamphlets, and articles. Credentials of Christianity (1920). You and Yours: Practical Talks on Your Home Life (1921).
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