ARCHBISHOP IRELAND MEMORIAL LIBRARY
Located on St. Paul's South Campus, Archbishop Ireland Memorial Library is the graduate theology library of UST and the Saint Paul Seminary School of Divinity. It serves seminarians and lay students in graduate and continuing education programs, UST undergraduates, and archdiocesan parish professionals. Click on blue hyperlink below.
Each library has black-and-white laser printers for the public computers. There are color printers at the Keffer and O'Shaughnessy-Frey Libraries. Each student has an allotment of 400 pre-paid copies or printed pages per semester.
Self-service black and white copiers are available in each library Copiers are on the print management system. To make a copy type in your ID number and the mm and dd of your birthday. All black and white copies are 10 cents per page. Express cards can be used to purchase copy cards.
Online databases and electronic journals subscribed to by the UST Libraries are licensed for use by the St. Thomas community ONLY. Because of this restriction, we need to verify that anyone accessing these databases is a current member of the St. Thomas community.
You can find published primary sources by using CLICsearch, the online catalog (see box at top of page). You can also look at secondary literature on your topic to ascertain what sources other scholars have used in their research. Remember that there is nothing in the online catalog record for a book that indicates whether it is a primary or secondary source, so ask your professor or a librarian if you need help.
The Enchiridion symbolorum, definitionum et declarationum de rebus fidei et morum also known as Enchiridion or Denzinger, is a compendium of all basic texts of Catholic dogma and morality since the apostles. Commissioned by Pope Pius IX, it has been in use since 1854, and has been updated periodically. It is a compendium of faith, like a catechism. By including all relevant teachings throughout history, it is at the same, more than a catechism. It is a search instrument for theologians, historians and anybody interested in Christian religion. The latest updates of the Enchiridion extend to the teachings of Pope John Paul II.
The Archbishop of Baltimore Cardinal James Gibbons is quoted in earlier versions of the Enchiridion, that every theologian should have always two books at hand, the Holy Bible and this Enchiridion. [Wikipedia]
The Baltimore Catechism was the de facto text for Catholic instruction in the United States from 1885 until the late-1960s.
The Catechism of the Catholic Church (Latin: Catechismus Catholicae Ecclesiae; commonly called the Catechism or the CCC) was promulgated for the Catholic Church by Pope John Paul II in 1992. The second edition includes the corrections promulgated by Pope John Paul II on September 8, 1997. The Catechism, in book form, sums up the beliefs of the Catholic faithful.
Cesar Chavez, Coretta Scott King & Dorothy Day; February 1973; photographer unknown.
This new database connects international human rights documents to Catholic Social Teaching.