||314 Mullen Library
620 Michigan Avenue NE
Washington, DC 20064
||Dustin Booher, Religious Studies Librarian
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- Reference Policy:
- The Library is open to the public with proper identification.
In addition to on-site reference, the Library provides limited
reference service via mail and telephone; referrals are made
to local resources where applicable.
- Borrowing Privileges:
- The Library is not a lending library.
- OCLC, Washington Research Library Consortium, Washington Theological
- Background Note:
- The Library was founded in 1889.
- Books and monographs:
- The Library has about 250,000-300,000 volumes. The collections
are oriented to Roman Catholic and Eastern Catholic religious
materials. There is an especially strong Canon Law collection
with extensive holdings in theology, church history, biblical
studies, and religious education. There are also collections of
materials in Eastern Orthodoxy, Judaism, Anglicanism, Protestantism,
and other religions where needed to support the collection.
- Periodicals and newspapers:
- There are 960 current subscriptions. The subject focus of
these journals mirrors that of the book collection.
- Databases, CD-ROMS, and other machine-readable sources:
- Archive of Celtic-Latin Literature, ATLA
Religion with ATLA Serials, Bibleworks, Bibliographie
de la Philosophie, Canon Law Abstracts,
and Literature Index, Collected Works
of Thomas Aquinas, Index
Philosophicus, In Principio: Incipit
of Latin Texts, International Medieval Bibliography,
ITER, Ius Canonicum Et Iurisprudentia
Rotalis, KanonesJ, Latin
Bibliography 15th Century to 1999, Library of Latin
Texts, Monumenta Germaniæ Historica,
Testament Abstracts, Old Testament Abstracts,
OriginsPlus, Osservatore Romano, Past
Masters (Anselm, Aristotle, Aquinas, Augustine, Hobbes, Locke,
Berkeley, Hume, Kant, and Sidgwick), Patrologia
Latina, Patrologiæ Græcæ, Philosopher's
Philosophy Online, Repertoire Biliographique
de la Philosophie, Religious and
Theological Abstracts, Thesaurus
Thesaurus Linguæ Latinæ, and
Thomæ Aquinatis Opera Omnia.
Anglican Communion; Biblical studies; Canon law; Catholic Church;
Catholic Church--History; Catholic Church--United States--History;
Catholic theology; Christian theology; Church history; Eastern Catholic
Church; Eastern Orthodox Church; Judaism; Protestants; Religious education;
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