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Welcome to the Patristics subject guide! Here you will find ways to access many different resources in this subject.  Please don't hesitate to send me an email if you have any questions.

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Most of the reference material in Patristics and many of the primary text series can be found in the Religious Studies/Philosophy Library located on the 3rd floor of Mullen Library.  These items are non-circulating.   Christian Literature (including Patristic works) can generally be found in the BQ 1-7499 range, ordered by series, then by author.  Other materials specific to the history of the Catholic Church are located in BX 1-8399.

Circulating material can be found in the Mullen Library stacks. The latest issues of current periodicals dealing with Church History are arranged in alphabetical order by title. They are located in the south wing of the 3rd floor. 
Many journal articles are available online at CU e-journals.  Check the WRLC catalog for material that could be applicable to your topic.

For additional resources, be sure to check the Research Advisory Tool, a database of 2000 annotations of reference material for print, online databases, CD-ROMs, and web sites that are accessible to CUA students and faculty.


Doctors of the Church / Magnus Basilius (St Basil the Great)

The print depicts St. Basil the Great with a scroll in Greek.
© Trustees of the British Museum
Object Type: Print
Materials: Paper
Techniques: Etching and Engraving
Production Person: Print made by Francesco Bartolozzi, After Domenichino, Intermediary draughtsman Niccolo Vanni
Date: 1762

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