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America Press is please to offer the following e-books:

A Big Heart Open to God: A Conversation with Pope Francis

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Available on the Kindle and Nook

The Documents of Vatican II edited by Walter Abbott, S.J.

Available on the Kindle, Nook and on iBooks by searching under the title.

'America' On Watergate: Essays from the Archives (Essay from the America Archives Book) by James T. Keane

Available on the Kindle and Nook

'America' On World War I: Essays from the Archives (Essay from the America Archives Book)by James T. Keane

Available on the Kindle and Nook

'America' On Ireland: Essays from the Archives (Essay from the America Archives Book) by James T. Keane

Available on the Kindle

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