Fr. Simon Gaine's book, now out in paperback.
Oxford has outstanding libraries both in its central Bodleian library and in each of its Colleges. This means that undergraduate and graduate students of all disciplines have unrivalled access both to printed resources and the finest electronic journals databases and archives in the world.
At Blackfriars our own library specialises in theology and philosophy, with over 35,000 volumes. There is a strong holding in Patristic literature, Scripture, and books and journals on the thought of St Thomas Aquinas. A computer catalogue allows one-stop searches for works in this and libraries of the central University (Faculty Library and Bodleian Library). There are four computer stations linked to the electronic databases and resources of the Hall and University, while a Wi-Fi network covers the library and JCR, enabling you to connect your own laptop to these services. A photocopier is provided for your academic use in accordance with copyright law. PIN codes for operating the copier are provided by the Bursar.
Information on the 'Book Buyback Scheme' for finalists can be found here.
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Please pray for our brother, Joseph Bailham, OP, who made Solemn Profession last Friday here in Oxford.