The website’s assorted web pages serve as an informal bibliography which enables further research. Links are provided in places (mouse over the titles for availability). Some of the materials are difficult to categorize, so may appear on several pages simultaneously. Of course, this is not an exhaustive bibliography; many useful treatises will be absent. The majority of the sources listed are taken from the Director’s personal library.
Prudence should be exercised: some articles or books listed may have certain flaws, but have been included because such information remains valuable for research purposes. Non-Catholic sources are marked *. Collaborative efforts by Catholics and non-Catholics are marked #. St. Paul’s inspired and inerrant advice from 1 Thessalonians 5:21 applies: “test everything; hold fast what is good.”
Please note: inclusion of a source is not an endorsement of its entire contents or its resident website. All materials must be scrutinized in light of Catholic Tradition and the Magisterium of the Catholic Church.
Last, but not least — before any endeavor of theological study, one ought to consult his confessor or spiritual director for guidance.