References

  • Baltimore Catechism, No. 1: A Catechism of Christian Doctrine Prepared and Enjoined by Order of the Third Plenary Council of Baltimore Questions Numbered to Agree with “Explanation of the Baltimore Catechism” with Prayers and Hymns, No. 1 {For First Communion Classes}. With Imprimatur (1885). Available on Project Gutenberg and ManyBooks in multiple formats. [This version of the Baltimore Catechism is abridged for younger students, according to Wikipedia.] Dogma, Morals.
  • Baltimore Catechism, No. 2: A Catechism of Christian Doctrine Prepared and Enjoined by Order of the Third Plenary Council of Baltimore, Questions Numbered to Agree with “Explanation of the Baltimore Catechism” with Prayers and Hymns, No. 2 {For Confirmation Classes}. With Imprimatur (1885). Available on Project Gutenberg and ManyBooks in multiple formats. [NB: This is the main version of the Baltimore Catechism, according to Wikipedia .] Dogma, Morals.
  • Baltimore Catechism, No. 3: A Catechism of Christian Doctrine Prepared and Enjoined by Order of the Third Plenary Council of Baltimore (In Accordance with the New Canon Law), No. 3 (For Two Years’ Course for Post-Confirmation Classes), supplemented by Rev. Thomas L. Kinkead (New York, Boston, Cincinnati, Chicago, San Francisco: Benziger Brothers). With Imprimatur (1885). Available on Project Gutenberg and ManyBooks in multiple formats. [NB: This is the version of the Baltimore Catechism that is expanded for older students, according to Wikipedia]. Dogma, Morals.
  • Baltimore Catechism, Nos. 1 to 3 may be downloaded as a single file here on Catholic Primer (e-text copyright 2005 by Catholic Primer).
  • Baltimore Catechism, No. 4: An Explanation Of The Baltimore Catechism of Christian Doctrine For The Use of Sunday-School Teachers and Advanced Classes, by Thomas L. Kinkead (1891). With Imprimatur (1891 and 1921). Available on Project Gutenberg and ManyBooks in multiple formats. May also be read on Catholic Information Network. Dogma, Morals.
  • The Book of Saints: a dictionary of servants of God canonized by the Catholic Church, extracted from the Roman & other martyrologies, compiled by the Benedictine monks of St. Augustine’s Abbey, Ramsgate (London: A. & C. Black, Ltd., 1921). With Imprimatur. Available at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  • Catechism: doctrinal, moral, historical, and liturgical: with answers to the objections drawn from the sciences against religion, by Patrick Power (Dublin: J. Duffy; London: Burns and Oates, 1905). With episcopal approbation. Available at Internet Archive and Open Library (Digitizing sponsor: MSN, Book contributor: Kelly Library, University of Toronto)
  • Catechism of St. Pope Pius X (ca. 1880). May be downloaded here on Catholic Primer (e-text copyright 2005 by Catholic Primer) and read online on the Catholic Information Network (copyright 1996 by James Akin. All Rights Reserved.)
  • Catechism of the Catholic Church, following the 1997 editio typica. May be read on the Saint Charles Borromeo Catholic Church website, with desktop and mobile formats and search engine; the Knights of Columbus website, with search engine; website of the Holy See; and the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops website.
  • Catechism of the Catholic Church, Simplified. May be read on CatholiCity (1996-2011, the Mary Foundation).
  • Catechism of the Council of Trent, or the Catechism for Parish Priests. May be downloaded here on Catholic Primer (e-text copyright 2005 by Catholic Primer); and may be read at Catechetics Online.
  • A Catholic Dictionary: containing some account of the doctrine, discipline, rites, ceremonies, councils, and religious orders of the Catholic Church, by William Edward Addis and Thomas Arnold (London: Kegan Paul, Trench & Co., 1884). With Imprimatur. Available at Internet Archive.
  • A Catholic Dictionary: containing some account of the doctrine, discipline, rites, ceremonies, councils, and religious orders of the Catholic Church, 6th edition, with additions, by William Edward Addis and Thomas Arnold (New York: Catholic Publication Society, 1887). With Imprimatur. Available at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  • The Catholic Encyclopedia, edited by Charles G. Herbermann, Ph.D., LL.D., Edward A. Pace, Ph.D., D.D., and Conde B Pallen, Ph.D., LL.D. (New York: Robert Appleton Company, 1917). With Imprimatur. May be read online at New Advent (copyright Kevin Knight 2009), with active links to other relevant articles and to relevant Bible passages; at Catholic Online; at Catholicity; and at Wikisource.
  • Catholic pocket dictionary and cyclopedia: containing a brief explanation of the doctrines, discipline, rites, ceremonies and councils of the holy Catholic church, including an abridged account of the religious orders, to which is added “One Hundred and Fifty Important Facts in Church History Explained”, compiled from approved sources by James Joseph McGovern (Chicago, Ill.: Extension Press, 1906). With approbation. Available at Internet Archive and Open Library. A microform copy is also available at Internet Archive and Open Library. [N.B. The index indicates the publisher to be Catholic art and publication office.]
  • Code of Canon Law, promulgated by Pope John Paul II through the Constitution Sacrae disciplinae leges, January 25, 1983. Available at the Holy See (which text incorporates the 1998 amendments, according to Wikipedia), Our Lady’s Warriors, and JGray.org. According to Wikipedia, the English translation by the Canon Law Society of Great Britain and Ireland, assisted by the Canon Law Society of Australia and New Zealand and the Canadian Canon Law Society is available at IntraText.
  • Code of Canons of the Oriental Churches (or the Code of Canons of the Eastern Churches), promulgated by Pope John Paul II on October 18, 1990. Available in English at JGray.org and at IntraText. [N.B., Wikipedia states that the translation at IntraText is defective.]
  • Codex Canonum Ecclesiarum Orientalium, promulgated by Pope John Paul II on October 18, 1990. Latin text available at the Holy See and at IntraText.
  • Codex Iuris Canonici (Latin), promulgated by Pope John Paul II through the Constitution Sacrae disciplinae leges, January 25, 1983. Available at the Holy See.
  • Compendium of the Catechism of the Catholic Church (Copyright 2005, Libreria Editrice Vaticana). May be read in multiple languages on the website of the Holy See.
  • A Dictionary of Canon Law, 2nd revised edition, by the Rev. P. Trudel (St. Louis, Mo.; London: B. Herder Book Co., 1919) With Imprimatur. Available at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  • Ang Dila Natong Bisaya [Our Visayan Language], by Manuel Yap. With Imprimatur dated 1947. Available at Internet Archive, which states: “A grammar book on the Cebuano language written in Cebuano by a native speaker. Cebuano is the main language of the Philippines. Published in 1949 in the Philippines. The author was a Catholic Bishop. This book is recommended by the English-Cebuano dictionary by Cabonce that is sold in the Philippines.”
  • Ecclesiastical Dictionary; Containing, in Concise Form, Information upon Ecclesiastical, Biblical, Archaeological, and Historical Subjects, by John Thein (New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1900). With Imprimatur. Available at Open Library and Internet Archive.
  • The Fundamentals of Catholic Dogma, by Dr. Ludwig Ott. May be read online at Catechetics Online. [N.B., The digitizing of the work still in progress; as of 13 March 2012 the text had been completed up to a part of Book III, Part 1, “The Doctrine of the Person of the Redeemer”]
  • A Grammar of Plainsong: in two parts, by the Benedictines of Stanbrook [Abbey] (London: Burns & Oates, Art & Book Co.; New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1905). With Imprimatur. Available at Open Library and Internet Archive.
  • The Manual of the Holy Catholic Church, Part 2, embracing: First Part: The beautiful teachings of the holy Catholic Church simplified and explained in the form of questions and answers…, the whole supported by Fifteen Hundred Proofs from the Sacred Scriptures; Second Part: Light from the altar; or, The true Catholic in the church of Christ…; To which is added a Catholic home dictionary and cyclopedia…; The whole adapted… by the Rev. James J. McGovern. (Chicago, Ill.: Catholic Art and Publication Office, 1906). With Imprimatur. Available at Open Library.
  • New Catholic Dictionary (1910). Available online at the Catholic Community Forum.
  • The New Raccolta: Or, Collection of Prayers and Good Works, to which the Sovereign Pontiffs Have Attached Holy Indulgences. Published in 1898 by Order of His Holiness, Pope Leo XIII. From the Third Italian Edition, Authorized and Approved by the Sacred Congregation of Holy Indulgences, To Which is Added an Appendix Containing Prayers for Mass, and Vespers for Sunday (Philadelphia: Peter F. Cunningham & Son, 1903) With Imprimatur and with approbation from the Sacred Congregation of Indulgences and Holy Relics. Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library.
  •  The Raccolta or Collection of Indulgenced Prayers & Good Works, translated by Ambrose St John of the Oratory of St Philip Neri, Birmingham (London: Burns & Oates; New York, Chicago, Cincinnati Benziger Bros, 1910). With Imprimatur. May be downloaded in PDF format through the Saints’ Books index. May also be read online or downloaded in various formats (PDF, EPUB, Kindle, Daisy, Full Text DjVu) at Internet Archive and Open Library (Digitizing sponsor: MSN, Book contributor: Kelly Library, University of Toronto).
  • Sources of Catholic Dogma, translated from the Enchiridion symbolorum, definitionum et declarationum de rebus fidei et morum, first edited by Heinrich Joseph Dominicus Denzinger. Available on Catechetics Online and Catholic Fidelity. [N.B. According to Wikipedia, it incorporates documents to 1950 and uses old numbering only.] The Latin text is available on Bibliotheque Catholicque en ligne (Catholic Library Online).
  • The Summa Contra Gentiles, by Saint Thomas Aquinas, translated by the English Dominican Fathers (London: Burns Oates & Washbourne, [NB, The source information states: New York: Benzinger Brothers], 1924). With Imprimatur. Available online at Saint Wiki.
  • The Summa Contra Gentiles, or On the Truth of the Catholic Faith, by St. Thomas Aquinas, translated by Anton C. Pegis,  James F. Anderson, Vernon J. Bourke, and Charles J. O’Neil (New York: Hanover House, 1955-57). Edited, with English, especially Scriptural references, updated by Joseph Kenny, O.P.  Available at the website of the Dominican House of Studies, Priory of the Immaculate Conception. Parallel texts in Latin and English available at the website of Joseph Kenny.
  • The Summa Theologica [or Summa Theologiae, or Summation of Theology], by St. Thomas Aquinas, translated by the Fathers of the English Dominican Province (Second and Revised Edition, 1920). With Imprimatur. May be read on New Advent, with active links to relevant Scriptural passages and Catholic Encyclopedia articles. Another edition (Benziger Bros., 1947) is available on Catholic Primer and at the website of the Dominican House of Studies, Priory of the Immaculate Conception. The Logic Museum contains parallel Latin and English texts, the latter from the Dominican translation.
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