Blog Posts from the Woodstock Theological Library
Jesuits in the World Series? That's right, read about how the Jesuits of Woodstock celebrated their own World Series from 1890-1948.
The Woodstock Theological Library lost a great friend this last Saturday. In honor of Gerard Mannion, we are reposting an entry he kindly wrote for us two years ago.
On April 11th, Lauinger library will be hosting the author, George Saunders, who will give the Annual Casey-McIlvane Memorial Lecture on the intersection of Catho
In honor of the feast day of St. Thomas Aquinas, we're republishing a blog by Amy Phillips.
Among the keep-sakes the Woodstock Jesuits brought back from their work in China are a group of beautifully colorful scrolls. Read about their significance to Chinese history.
On this day in 1989, six Jesuits and their domestic worker and her 16 year old daughter were brutally murdered by American trained Salvardoran soldiers at their residence at the University of Central America (UCA) in the city of San Salvador.
This year marks the centenary of the influenza epidemic that claimed an estimated 50 million lives worldwide, and nearly 700,000 in the US. Read how the Jesuits dealt with the outbreak at Woodstock College.
On October 14th, Oscar Romero was canonized by Pope Francis. His life was and remains an example of strength and courage.
In this week's post we showcase the wild and mystical world of the hermits, as depicted in our copy of Sylvae Sacrae.
Learn about our newest exhibit, debuting Oct 1st, exploring the dark side of the Woodstock Theological Library.
Woodstock Theological Library is not just a repository of rare books and archives but it is also a growing collection of books and journals.
"Roses Are Red, Violets Are Blue, Thomas Aquinas, I Love You." - Read about the beautiful illustrations found in the poetry collections of Jesuit novices.
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