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Default Rt. Rev. Henry G Graham

Who is/was this man?

He wrote this book....

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Who is/was this man?

He wrote this book....

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He was a convert to the Catholic Faith. He also wrote "What Faith Really Means." Both books are available online (as well as for sale).

"Where We Got the Bible" can be read at...

http://www.catholicapologetics.info/...ism/wbible.htm

"What Faith Really Means" is a little harder to find, but I've got it bookmarked somewhere. Both are excellent, straightforward, short-ish books that were instrumental in my conversion to Catholicism.
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I assume a convert from anglicanism.

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I assume a convert from anglicanism.

thanks for the link!
Church of Scotland. I'm sorry. I got more involved with the link to the book and forgot to answer the main question. Here's a short blurb from a book about Father Graham (found on the Internet).

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"Henry Grey Graham was a son of the manse. The Grahams, and before them the Lawries, had provided a line of ministers, father and son in uninterrupted succession for more than 200 years, from about 1685 until 1903. Henry Graham was the last of that long and proud tradition. He was ordained Minister at Avendale Old Parish Church of Scotland, Strathaven before his reception into the Roman Catholic Church in 1903. For almost 30 years, until his death at the age of 85, in 1959, Bishop Grey Graham was parish priest of Holy Cross, Glasgow. Marked by a deep personal piety, he was a model pastor, who had dedicated his life to the preaching of the Gospel in season and out of season". Bishop Grey Graham, 1874 - 1959 - An Essay on His Life and Times.", Hugh G. McEwan.
http://rpc12437.tripod.com/annalsofheparish.htm
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"What Faith Really Means" is a little harder to find,...
Actually it's at www.archive.org -- available in several formats.

http://www.archive.org/details/whatf...llym00grahiala

And here's a bit more about Bishop Graham.

http://www.cathinfo.com/index.php/Bi...aham-1874-1959
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