Blog Posts from the Woodstock Theological Library
Woodstock adds new search functionality for the John Courtney Murray, S.J. Collected Works.
Georgetown doctoral candidate, Peter Herman, reflects on the life and legacy of James Cone
Librarian Amy Phillips finds interesting connections between a French book of apologetics and a 19th century Jesuit's book collection.
Learn about Adrian's love of history, tacos, and Karl Barth.
Emancipation Day in the District of Columbia is celebrated on April 16th and Georgetown University is hosting a program entitled "Exploring the Legacy of Anne Marie Becraft and the Oblate Sisters.
Woodstock Theological Library has recently digitized its collection of pamphlets issued by the Catholic Association for International Peace (CAIP).
Woodstock Theological Library is grateful to Fr. John P. Langan, S.J., for his generous gift of a rare book containing the works of Gregory of Nyssa (ca.
The Making of a Jesuit Priest was produced by the Maryland Province of the Society of Jesus in 1932. It is an important historical document giving a glimpse into the formation of Jesuits in the early 20th century.
In the latest issue of Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal, two articles highlight the work being done at Georgetown University to address its founding Jesuit's history of slave ownership.
Woodstock Theological Library is pleased to participate with the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace & World Affairs in Theology Without Borders: Celebrating the Legacy of Peter Phan, a two day conference gathering together international theologians and scholars of religious studies in order to reflect on and honor the work of Peter C. Phan.
In honor of Saint Patrick's Day, Woodstock Theological Library (WTL) is delighted to have a guest blogger: Professor Gerard Mannion, Joseph and Winifred Amaturo Chair in Catholic Studies of Georgetown’s Theology Department.
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