New Catholic Encyclopedia: Supplement 2011, 2011 Edition

  • Robert L. Fastiggi
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  • ISBN-10: 1414465653
  • ISBN-13: 9781414465654
  • DDC: 282.03
  • Grade Level Range: 11th Grade - College Senior
  • 886 Pages | eBook
  • Previous Editions: 2010, 2010
  • Original Copyright 2011 | Published/Released June 2011
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2011

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The New Catholic Encyclopedia Supplement 2011 covers the areas of art, music, and literature. It features over 340 signed, peer-reviewed articles written by specialists and scholars. In addition to the focus on the arts, it includes bios of those beatified and canonized since 2010, as well as entries on other relevant current Catholic issues, events and topics, such as: the Internet and the church, Pope Benedict XVI, popular culture, sex abuse crisis, television and Catholicism, women artists, and Catholic art. The New Catholic Encyclopedia, 2nd edition, published in partnership with  the Catholic University of America, is a 15-volume set with thematic supplements, which focuses on relevant, high-interest areas of Catholic life. Volumes and supplements in the set are also available for purchase separately.

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Features and Benefits

  • Internet and the Church.
  • Pope Benedict XVI.
  • Popular Culture.
  • Sex Abuse Crisis.
  • Television and Catholicism.
  • Women Artists and Catholic Art.
  • Includes comprehensive indexes, extensive bibliographies, chronologies and organizations to contact.
  • Photographs illuminate the text.

Alternate Formats

  • Casebound Edition

    ISBN-10: 1414475918 | ISBN-13: 9781414475912


"This is a comprehensive and timely guide to the old and new challenges and direction of the worldwide Roman Catholic Church at the start of the third Christian millenium." -- ARBA (2002)


"A useful reference 'workhorse,' and this updated content - especially in the area of science - is sorely needed. This resource is recommended for all academic libraries and large public libraries."--Online Journal of the American Theological Library Association December 2009

— Elyse Hayes

Table of Contents

1. A-Azt.
2. Baa-Cam.
3. Can-Col.
4. Com-Dyn.
5. Ead-Fre.
6. Fri-Hoh.
7. Hol-Jub.
8. Jud-Lyo.
9. Mab-Mor.
10 Mos-Pat.
11. Pau-Red.
12. Ref-Sep.
13. Seq-The.
14. Thi-Zwi.
15. Index.

Meet the Author

Author Bio

Robert L. Fastiggi

Sacred Heart Major Seminary, Detroit, MI