This is a collection of manuscripts and an illustration regarding "The Catholic Ladder." Materials are from circa 1932 to
'Catholic ladder' is a general term given to pictorial catechisms that featured vertical sequences of pictures as pathways
to Heaven. They transcended barriers of language and culture and closely followed the teaching styles of Saints Peter, Paul
and Augustine by presenting Christian beliefs as concise and tangible glimpses of God in world history.
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