Blog Posts from the Woodstock Theological Library
For our fifth week in our Treasures from the Woodstock Theological Library series, we highlight the first Catholic Bible published in the United States.
In this fourth post on our treasures, we highlight a gift given to us in 1871
Marking the third post in our series, Treasures From Woodstock Theological Library, this week we’re highlighting our copy of the first edition of The Book of Mormon.
As the center for Jesuit scholarship in the 19th and much of the 20th century, the Woodstock Theological Library has come to count a number of literary treasures amongst its holdings.
Woodstock Theological Library’s Rare Book Cataloger, Amy Phillips is the resource editor for Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal (JHE), the most recent issue of which has just been released.
Woodstock Theological Library’s rare book collection is not all large tomes of Ignatius and Augustine, but read about the small number of miniature books that can also be found amongst our collection.
Learn about the Jesuit polymath Athanasius Kircher and his menagerie of fantastic beasts
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.
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