Posts with the tag: theology

Research & Instruction: Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception (EBR) Online

The Bible is the most-read document in the world and there are many resources dedicated to its study. How is the Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception different from the rest? The online version of this title, originally published in print in 2009, includes approximately 1,500 new articles each year and updates, as necessary, older Read More

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The Archivist’s Nook: CUA’s Patriarch of Patristics

As indispensable and central to Catholic University as Caldwell Hall, the School of Theology and Religious Studies has been an inseparable part of the identity of the University from its first days. But what makes up a good Theology School? The only way to ensure the proper cultivation of our future scholars and clergy is Read More

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The Archivist’s Nook: Theological College – First 100 Years

Heading south from the Catholic University campus, right across Michigan Avenue and facing the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, sits Theological College (TC). TC serves as the official seminary of the Catholic University of America, and has stood as a fixture of the Brookland neighborhood for the past century. Founded in 1917 as an Read More

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Trial Database- Index Religiosus

We invite you to give us feedback on a database we are looking into purchasing: Index Religiosus The trial for Index Religiosus can be reached here Index Religiosus is an international bibliography covering Religion, Church History, Canon Law, Old and New Testaments, Sacramentology and Liturgy, influential figures, Art History, Music, Architecture, and Hagiography. It contains Read More

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New Research Guide on Thomas Aquinas

The librarians in Religious Studies and Humanities Services have created a new research guide for doing research on Thomas Aquinas. The guide includes information on critical and standard editions, manuscript sources, dissertations at CUA, and other works available to the CUA community. We welcome suggestions and comments! Please contact Kevin Gunn at or 202-319-5088.

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