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 Bibliographies for Theology
Compiled by Fr. William Harmless, S.J., with special emphasis for books in the collection of Byrne Library, Spring Hill College.

 Catholic Doctrinal Concordance
This is a short doctrinal concordance of the Catholic faith. The purpose is to give people interested in Catholicism a quick reference for the most common items of the faith... particularly in areas where Catholics and other religions disagree.

 College Theology Society
The College Theology Society is a professional association of college and university professors. Founded in 1953 as a Roman Catholic organization of lay and religious teachers of undergraduate theology, the CTS today has a membership of over 900 college and university professors throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe. While maintaining its roots in the Roman Catholic tradition, the Society is increasingly ecumenical in its membership and concerns.

 Essays in Theology: Richard M. McBrien
The personal home page of well-known US Catholic theologian Fr Richard McBrien. It provides easy online access to his many articles, and to the courses he teaches at the University of Notre Dame, Indiana.

 Foundations of Christian Faith
Karl Rahner's Foundations of Christian Faith has been described as a "summa" of Catholic theology for the twentieth century. This web site, created by Mark F. Fischer, outlines the Foundations and paraphrases Rahner's thought from the view point of the pastoral minister.

 International Network of Societies for Catholic Theology
The goal of the Network is to foster academic theology and theological research in various continents, to encourage research within the theological disciplines and to stimulate interdisciplinary work in the interest of academic theology.

 International Theological Institute
The International Theological Institute for Studies on Marriage and the Family is a Papal Institute for the study of Catholic theology as a unified whole. Within that whole, particular attention is devoted to the theme of marriage and the family.

 On The Intellectual Needs of Ordinary People
Everyone, no matter how intellectually brilliant or simple of mind they might be, need the hope that comes through divine revelation and God's gift of grace - by Fr. James V. Schall, S.J.

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