Journals and Periodicals

  • 30 Days: International Monthly Magazine, Year XXX, No. 5 (2012). English. May be read online on this page and available in PDF format on this page.
  • 455 Selected Articles from… Annals Australasia… and various pamphlets…, by Dr. Leslie Rumble, Fr. Paul Stenhouse, Ph.D., et al. Available online at Sean O Lachtnain’s Home Page. [N.B., This provides access to many very useful resources on faith, morals, and apologetics. The full webpage title is actually: “455 Selected Articles from Back Issues of “Annals Australasia”—formerly known as “Annals Australia”, “Radio Replies” and the two ancillary volumes, and Various Pamphlets by former Editor of “Annals” — Dr. Leslie Rumble, and Current Editor of “Annals” and Author of Catholic Answers to “Bible” Christians- available from Chevalier Press by Fr. Paul Stenhouse, M.S.C., Ph.D. — Current “ANNALS” Editor”].
  • Annals of the Propagation of the Faith: A Periodical Collection of Letters from the Bishops and Missionaries Engaged in the Missions of the Old and New World, and of All the Documents Relating to Those Missions, and to the Institution of the Propagation of the Faith, Volume 66 (Baltimore, Society for the Propagation of the Faith, 1903). Available at Internet Archive.
  • Annals of the Propagation of the Faith: A Periodical Collection of Letters from the Bishops and Missionaries Engaged in the Missions of the Old and New World, and of All the Documents Relating to Those Missions, and to the Institution of the Propagation of the Faith, Volume 67 (Baltimore, Society for the Propagation of the Faith, 1904). Available at Internet Archive.
  • Annals of the Propagation of the Faith: A Periodical Collection of Letters from the Bishops and Missionaries Engaged in the Missions of the Old and New World, and of All the Documents Relating to Those Missions, and to the Institution of the Propagation of the Faith, Volume 69 (Baltimore, Society for the Propagation of the Faith, 1906). Available at Internet Archive.
  • “Cardinal Manning and the Social Problem” [lecture], by D. J. McDougall, Canadian Catholic Historical Association, Report, 24 (1957), 53-61. A public lecture given at Loyola College, Montreal, September 12, 1957. Available in PDF format at this page of the University of Manitoba.
  • Catholic Book Notes, Volume 8, No. 79, edited by James Britten (London: Catholic Truth Society; Westminster, Art & Book Company, 1904). Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  • The Catholic Educational Review, Volume 3 (Washington, D.C.: Catholic Education Press, January-May 1912). Available in various formats at Internet Archive.
  • The Catholic Educational Review, Volume 10 (Washington, D.C.: Catholic Education Press, June-December 1915). Available in various formats at Internet Archive
  • The Catholic Educational Review, Volume 11 (Washington, D.C.: Catholic Education Press, January-May 1916). Available in various formats at Internet Archive
  • The Catholic Educational Review, Volume 14 (Washington, D.C.: Catholic Education Press, June-December 1915). Available in various formats at Internet Archive
  • The Catholic Educational Review, Volume 16 (Washington, D.C.: Catholic Education Press, 1918). Available in various formats at Internet Archive.
  • The Catholic Educational Review, Volume 17 (Washington, D.C.: Catholic Education Press, January-May 1911) Available in various formats at Internet Archive.
  • The Catholic Educational Review, Volume 20 (Washington, D.C.: Catholic Education Press, January-December 1922). Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library [N.B. The OL index page refers to the incorrect volume.]
  • The Catholic Who’s Who & Year-Book 1908, edited by Sir F. C. Burnand (London: Burns & Oates, 1908). Available in various formats at Open Library and Internet Archive , which states that the author is Francis Cowley Burnand
  • Communio: International Catholic Review, vol. 29, no. 1, The Mysteries of the Life of Jesus (Spring 2002). “Emmanuel Levinas in the Light of Fides et Ratio”, by Roger Duncan, may be downloaded in PDF format through Communio.
  • Communio: International Catholic Review, vol. 31, no. 1, Consecration and the States of Life (Fall 2004). The following articles may be downloaded in PDF format through this page of Communio: ”The Evangelical Counsels and the Total Gift of Self” by Jacques Servais, ”Consecration and Human Action: The Moral Life as Response” by David S. Crawford, ”Evangelical Counsels in Marriage?” by Jörg Splett, ”Theological Perspectives on Marriage” by Marc Ouellet.
  • Communio: International Catholic Review, vol. 32, no. 1, The Baptism in the Jordan (Spring 2005). The following articles may be downloaded in PDF format through this page of Communio: ”The Ages of the Life of Jesus: The Mystery of the Baptism in the Jordan” by José Granados, ”Liturgical Architecture and the Classical Tradition: A Balthasarian Approach” by Denis R. McNamara, and various articles on the Altered Nuclear Transfer Proposal for stem cell reproduction, including ”A Way Around the Cloning Objection Against ANT? A Brief Response to the Joint Statement on the Production of Pluripotent Stem Cells by Oocyte Assisted Reprogramming” by Adrian J. Walker and ”Veritatis Splendor and the Foundations of Bioethics: Notes Toward an Assessment of Altered Nuclear Transfer (ANT) and Embryonic (Pluripotent) Stem Cell Research”, by David L. Schindler.
  • Communio: International Catholic Review, vol. 32, no. 4: God and Reason (Winter 2005). The following articles may be downloaded in PDF format through this page of Communio: “Rationality and Faith in God” by Robert Spaemann, ”’Wie kommt der Mensch in die Theologie?’: Heidegger, Hegel, and the Stakes of Onto-Theo-Logy” by D. C. Schindler, and various articles on the Altered Nuclear Transfer Proposal for stem cell reproduction, including “ANT-OAR: A Morally Acceptable Means for Deriving Stem Cells. A Reply to Criticisms” by E. Christian Brugger, and “Reasonable Doubts. A Reply to E. Christian Brugger” by Adrian J. Walker.
  • Communio: International Catholic Review, vol. 33, no. 4, Art and Image (Winter 2006). The following may be downloaded in PDF format through this page of Communio: ”Truth and the Christian Imagination: The Reformation of Causality and the Iconoclasm of the Spirit”, by D. C. Schindler and “Toward a Theology of the Suffering Body”, by José Granados.
  • Critiques of Altered Nuclear Transfer (ANT) and Oocyte Assisted Reprogramming (OAR). Various articles from Communio: International Catholic Review 2004-2006 concerning proposed methods of stem cell reproduction, which may be downloaded separately in PDF format through Communio.
  • “Dominus Iesus and the Christian Priesthood”, The Catholic Answer 14.6 (2001): 38-43. Available in PDF format through this page of the Nederlands Thomas-Genootschap.
  • “The History of Roman Catholic Theological Education in Transylvania”, by József Marton, Studia Universitatis Babeş-Bolyai, Theologia Catholica Latina, LII, 1, (2007) 15. Available in PDF format at this page of the Babeş-Bolyai University Faculty of Roman Catholic Theology (English homepage).
  • “Holding These Truths Today”, by Michael Novak, The Catholic Social Science Review 16 (2011): 105-111. Available in PDF format on this page of the Catholic Social Science Review. [N.B., A brief summary and analysis of the ideas of John Courtney Murray. While I disagree with the general orientation of the essay, the one true Church is not bound to any system but regards all that is good in them (Gaudium et Spes, 42).]
  • Lay Witness Magazine: Resources for Living the Catholic Faith (July/August 1999). Available at Catholics United for the Faith. Includes the articles “Biblical Models for Women” by Stacy Mitch, “Contraception and the Trivialization of Sex” by Donald DeMarco, and “Power for Living” by Curtis Martin.
  • Lay Witness Magazine: Resources for Living the Catholic Faith (Sep/Oct 2003). Available at Catholics United for the Faith. Includes the article “The Luminous Mysteries for Families” by Fr. Charles M. Mangan.
  • Lay Witness Magazine: Resources for Living the Catholic Faith (January/February 2004). Available at Catholics United for the Faith. Includes the articles “Contraception and the Consistent Life Ethic” by Jason T. Adams, “Protecting the Culture of Life in the Philippines” by Steven Mosher, “The Church and “Domestic Partners”” by Bishop Thomas J. Tobin.
  • Lay Witness Magazine: Resources for Living the Catholic Faith (Sep/Oct 2008). Available at Catholics United for the Faith. This 40th anniversary issue (which is combined with the July/August 2008 issue) includes the articles “Evangelization and the Laity” by H. Lyman Stebbins, “The Problem of Porn” by Bishop Michael Sheridan, “Who’s Hiding in the Closet Now?” by Leon Suprenant.
  • Lay Witness Magazine: Resources for Living the Catholic Faith (Nov/Dec 2011). Available at Catholics United for the Faith. Includes the articles “The New Evangelists: You and I” by Regis Flaherty, “The Catholic Girl’s Survival Guide for the Single Years: The Nuts and Bolts of Staying Sane and Happy While Waiting for Mr. Right: An Interview with Emily Stimpson” by Emily Stimpson, and “The Lost Art of Apprenticeship: Modernity’s Suspicion of Tradition and the Culture of Independent Thinkers” by Edward P. Sri.
  • Lay Witness Magazine: Resources for Living the Catholic Faith (Jul/Aug 2012). Available at Catholics United for the Faith. Contains the articles “Planned Barrenhood: Sterilization and its Discontents” by Patrick Coffin and “The Medium is the Message: Incarnating the Love of God” by Chris Sparks.
  • “Liberty and the Virtue of Prudence: A Catholic Perspective” [article], by Todd R. Flanders, Journal of Markets & Morality 2, no. 1 (Center for Economic Personalism, Spring 1999), 102-113. Available in PDF format at the Acton Institute. [N.B., While I disagree with the author’s defense of the capitalist economy, the one true Church is not bound to any system but regards all that is good in them (Gaudium et Spes, 42).]
  • Living Tradition: Organ of the Roman Theological Forum, no. 25 (September 1989). Contains “Faith, Works and Justification”, by Brian W. Harrison, and “Wolfgang Smith: Teilhardism and the New Religion”, a review by John F. McCarthy. Available at the Roman Theological Forum.
  • Living Tradition: Organ of the Roman Theological Forum, no. 43 (September-November 1992). Contains “The Ex Cathedra Status of the Encyclical Humanae Vitae”, by Brian W. Harrison. Available at the Roman Theological Forum..
  • Living Tradition: Organ of the Roman Theological Forum, no. 59 (July 1995). Contains “The Truth and Salvific Purpose of Sacred Scripture According to Dei Verbum, Article 11”, by Brian W. Harrison. Available at the Roman Theological Forum.
  • The Rambler: a Catholic journal and review of home and foreign literature, politics, science, music, and the fine art, Volume 6 (London: Burns and Lambert, 1850). Available at Internet Archive. (Digitizing sponsor: MSN, Book contributor: Kelly Library, University of Toronto ) [N.B. The index page states the copyright date to be 1848, but the title page says MDCCCL, i.e, 1850]
  • “Romano Guardini’s Theology of the Human Person”, by Robert A. Krieg, C.S.C., Theological Studies 59 (1998). Available in PDF format at Theological Studies.
  • Sacred Architecture, Volume 1 (Institute for Sacred Architecture, Fall 1998). May be read online and downloaded in PDF format at the Institute for Sacred Architecture. Among other materials, includes the commentary “Change and Eternity” by Piotr Choynowski.
  • Sacred Architecture, Volume 2 (Institute for Sacred Architecture, Summer 1999). May be read online and downloaded in PDF format at the Institute for Sacred Architecture. Among other materials, includes the commentary “The Purpose of a Church” by Peter Grant and thereview by Michael R. Carey of the book The Beauty of Holiness and the Holiness of Beauty:  Art, Sanctity & the Truth of Catholicismby John Saward.
  • Sacred Architecture, Volume 3 (Institute for Sacred Architecture, Winter 2000). May be read online and downloaded in PDF format at the Institute for Sacred Architecture. Among other materials, includes the commentary “Architecture and the Mystery of the Incarnation” by Peter M.J. Stravinskas and the article “Symbols in Sacred Architecture and Iconongraphy” by Camilian Demetrescu.
  • Sacred Architecture, Volume 4 (Institute for Sacred Architecture, Fall 2000). May be read online and downloaded in PDF format at the Institute for Sacred Architecture. Among other materials, includes the commentary “On Beauty” by Ralph McInerny and the review by Christopher Carstens of the book The Renovation Manipulation:  The Church Counter-Renovation Handbook by Michael S. Rose.
  • Sacred Architecture, Volume 5 (Institute for Sacred Architecture, Spring 2001). May be read online and downloaded in PDF format at the Institute for Sacred Architecture. Among other materials, includes the articles “A Vast, Immeasurable Sanctuary: Iconography for Churches” by David T. Mayernik and “Faith-Based Land Use PlanningbyJames M. Thunder.
  • Sacred Architecture, Volume 6 (Institute for Sacred Architecture, Spring 2002). May be read online and downloaded in PDF format at the Institute for Sacred Architecture. Among other materials, includes the articles “Relativism by Any Other Name” by Moyra Doorly and “The Future of Restoration & Renewal” by Michael S. Rose.
  • Sacred Architecture, Volume 7 (Institute for Sacred Architecture, Fall/Winter 2003). May be read online and downloaded in PDF format at the Institute for Sacred Architecture. Among other materials, includes the articles “Sacred Scripture and Tradition” by Jamie Hottovy and “The Sacramental Space of the Celebration” by Jean Corbon.
  • Sacred Architecture, Volume 8 (Institute for Sacred Architecture, 2003). May be read online and downloaded in PDF format at the Institute for Sacred Architecture. Among other materials, includes the articles “House Chapels: An Expression of Catholic Identity” by William J. Turner and “The Anatomy of Sacred Art” by Anthony Visco.
  • Sacred Architecture, Volume 9 (Institute for Sacred Architecture, 2004). May be read online and downloaded in PDF format at the Institute for Sacred Architecture. Among other materials, includes the address “Highlights of the Liturgical Renewal Initiated by Sacrosanctum Concilium” by Francis Cardinal Arinze and the article “A Last Long Look at American Sacred Architecture” by Ethan Anthony.
  • Sacred Architecture, Volume 10 (Institute for Sacred Architecture, 2005). May be read online and downloaded in PDF format at the Institute for Sacred Architecture. Among other materials, includes the essay “Sacred Places: The Significance of the Church Building” by Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger (now Pope Benedict XVI) and the article “The Eschatological Dimension of Church Architecture” by Helen Dietz.
  • Sacred Architecture, Volume 11 (Institute for Sacred Architecture, Spring 2006). May be read online at the Institute for Sacred Architecture. Among other materials, includes the essay “Sacred Places: The Altar and the Direction of Liturgical Prayer” by Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger (now Pope Benedict XVI) and the article “The Beauty of Faith: Sacred Architecture and Catechesis” by Jem Sullivan.
  • Sacred Architecture, Volume 12 (Institute for Sacred Architecture, Fall/Winter 2006). May be read online at the Institute for Sacred Architecture. Among other materials, includes the essay “The Reservation of the Blessed Sacrament” by Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger (now Pope Benedict XVI) and the review by Anne Husted Burleigh of the book A Benediction of Place: Historic Catholic Sacred Sites of Kentucky and Southern Indiana by Clyde F. Crews.
  • Sacred Architecture, Volume 13 (Institute for Sacred Architecture, 2007). May be read online at the Institute for Sacred Architecture. Among other materials, includes excerpts from the Apostolic Exhortation Sacramentum Caritatis by Pope Benedict XVI and the article “Don’t Blame Vatican II” by Randall Smith.
  • Sacred Architecture, Volume 14 (Institute for Sacred Architecture, Fall 2008). May be read online at the Institute for Sacred Architecture. Among other materials, includes the homily “The Joy Born of Faith” by Pope Benedict XVI, the article “The Living Heart of Our Churches” by Giles R. Dimock, and the review by Roderick O’Donnell of the book A Glimpse of Heaven:  Catholic Churches of England and Wales by Christopher Martin.
  • Sacred Architecture, Volume 15 (Institute for Sacred Architecture, Spring 2009). May be read online at the Institute for Sacred Architecture. Among other materials, includes the discourse “All Great Works of Art are an Epiphany of God” from Pope Benedict XVI’s Dialogue in Bressanone, and the articles “Bearers of the Heavenly Jerusalem: Vatican II and Development in Church Architecture” by Denis McNamara and “Tamquam Cor in Pectore: The Eucharistic Tabernacle Before and After the Council of Trent” by Uwe Michael Lang.
  • Sacred Architecture, Volume 16 (Institute for Sacred Architecture, Fall 2009). May be read online at the Institute for Sacred Architecture. Among other materials, includes the homily “Seeking the Light of True Faith” by Pope Benedict XVI, the article “The Luminosity of Peruvian Churches” by Hans S. B. Roegele, and the review by Michael Morris, O.P. of the book The Art of the Sublime: Principles of Christian Art and Architecture by Roger Homan.
  • Sacred Architecture, Volume 17 (Institute for Sacred Architecture, Spring 2010). May be read online at the Institute for Sacred Architecture. Among other materials, includes the address to artists by Pope Benedict XVI, the instruction on ecclesiastic art and feast days by the Maronite Patriarchate of Antioch, the article “Retro Tablum: The Origins and Role of the Altarpiece in the Liturgy” by Daniel P. DeGreve, and the review by Riccardo Vicenzino of the book Catholic Church Architecture and the Spirit of the Liturgy by Dr. Denis McNamara.
  • Sacred Architecture, Volume 18 (Institute for Sacred Architecture, Fall 2010). May be read online at the Institute for Sacred Architecture. Among other materials, includes the article “Authentic Urbanism and the Neighborhood Church” by Craig S. Lewis and the review by Christopher Burgwald of the book The Beauty of Faith: How Christian Art Reveals the Good News by Jem Sullivan.
  • Sacred Architecture, Volume 19 (Institute for Sacred Architecture, Spring 2011). May be read online at the Institute for Sacred Architecture. Among other materials, includes the homily of Pope Benedict XVI for the dedication of Sagrada Familia, and the articles “Louis Bouyer and Church Architecture” by Uwe Michael Lang and “Barcelona Catechism” by Pablo Alvarez Funes.
  • Sacred Architecture, Volume 20 (Institute for Sacred Architecture, Fall 2011). May be read online at the Institute for Sacred Architecture. Among other materials, includes the address “The Splendor of Truth, the Beauty of Love” of Pope Benedict XVI for the dedication of Sagrada Familia, and the article “The Perennial Value of the Traditional Confessional” by John J. Coughlin, OFM.
  • Sacred Architecture, Volume 21 (Institute for Sacred Architecture, Spring 2012). May be read online at the Institute for Sacred Architecture. Includes the address “Uplifting our Gaze and Spirit: Art and Prayer” by Pope Benedict XVI and the articles “A Decade of New Classicism: The Flowering of Traditional Church Architecture” by Denis McNamara and “Living Stone: The Beauty of the Liturgical Altar” by Randy L. Stice.

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