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Vatican II (1962-1965) : Finding Articles

Surveys the history of the Second Vatican Council and the sixteen documents it promulgated. Highlights materials that reveal the vision of Catholic faith presented by the Council from a theological perspective.

Why use periodicals?

Periodicals are useful for three primary reasons:  they...

- provide a wealth of valuable information that is current and timely
- contain the latest discussions on a topic
- cover topics not yet published in book form

Periodicals are created for different audiences. Some are for general readers and others for scholars and researchers.

Although the terms periodical, journal, serial and magazine have slightly different definitions, you will likely hear them used interchangeably. These are works that come out on a regular basis (weekly, monthly, annually) and contain articles written by various authors.

Search Strategy using Keywords

1)    Determine the Key concepts of your topic

2)    Define your key words / search terms.

3)    Choose your databases and resources

4)    Formulate the search statement

5)    Refine and focus your results

6)    Evaluate and manage the results

7)    Locate the full articles

Keywords

Vatican II

Second Vatican Council

Catholic Church

Modern World

Liturgy

Eucharist

Mass

Reform

Changes

Documents

History

ATLA Religion Database with ATLASerials Plus

Introduction to CLICsearch

Learn to use CLICsearch, St. Thomas Libraries' single search discovery that allows you to find thousands of resources using a single search box.

JSTOR

Articles in Basic Index: Good Starting Place

Oxford Index

Subject Guide

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Curt LeMay
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Google Scholar

Google Scholar is a freely accessible web search engine that indexes the full text of scholarly literature (journals) across an array of publishing formats and disciplines. It includes most peer-reviewed online journals. Use FIND IT@UST Libraries to get the full-text if not available in Google Scholar.

Google Scholar Search

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