Upon the winds of wider ecumenism: essays and tributes in honour of Rev. Dr. M.J. Joseph
Indian Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 2006 - Ecumenical movement - 375 pages
Manthanathu John Joseph, b. 1941, former director of Ecumenical Christian Centre, Bangalore; contributed articles.
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