Welcome back friends and students to another year at The Catholic University of America. If you are looking for an entertaining read between your studies, then look no further than our Popular Reading Program located on the first floor of Mullen Library near the Reference Reading Room. Some of our newest titles are listed below. Read More
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Newest in Popular Reading: “The Mockingbird Next Door,” “The Girl in 6E,” “My Conference Can Beat Your Conference,” & “Liar, Temptress, Soldier, Spy”
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The Truth, Kate Middleton, and Wonder Women: New Popular Reading
Midterms are now behind us, so while you have some breathing room in between your courses, take a staycation with the help of a book from our popular reading collection located in the Main Reading Room of Mullen Library. Some of our newest titles are listed below. Hold your cursor over the Title to see Read More
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Where do you get your Science news? According to the PEW report Understanding the Participatory News Consumer, “92% of Americans get their daily news from multiple platforms. Portable: 33% of cell phone owners now access news on their cell phones. Personalized: 28% of internet users have customized their home page to include news from sources Read More
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2009 Pulitzer Prize winners in the library
2009 Pulitzer prize winners: “Olive Kitteridge” by Elizabeth Strout for fiction, “Ruined” by Lynn Nottage for drama and “The Shadow of Sirius” by W.S. Merwin for poetry. “Ruined” will be published in November; the other titles have been ordered for the library.
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Aristoteles Latinus ‘Meteorologica’ has arrived
‘Meteorologica’, volume X, part 2, fascicles 1 and 2 in the series Aristoteles Latinus have arrived in the Religious Studies and Philosophy Library. The call number is PA3895 .A3 1953.
JOSEPH RATZINGER/BENEDICT XVI Opera Omnia
The Vatican Publishing House announced today that the publishing house Herder Verlag will begin publishing a 16 volume set of Pope Benedict’s writings in German. The opera omnia will included published and unpublished works, starting with ‘his graduation thesis on the Augustinian doctrine of the Church, and his teaching degree thesis on Bonaventure’s doctrine of Read More
New arrival: Thomistica 2006
Thomistica 2006 had just arrived in the Religious Studies and Philosophy Library; the call number is BQ6867 .T46 2006. It is edited by Enrique Alarcon. Thomistica 2006 is a new annual bibliography of 1415 citations: 275 books, 49 theses, 520 articles in collective works, and 543 journal articles.