Year: 2012

Saint Vincent’s Reading List XXXV: Louise de Marillac

La Vie de Mademoiselle le Gras: Fondatrice et Premire Suprieure de la Compagnie des Filles de la Charite, Servantes de Pauvres Malades, by Nicolas Gobillon. Paris: Chez Andre Pralard, 1676. Call Number: SpC. 271.9102 L888Yg167​​​ A full-text version of this volume may be viewed here; a later translation may be

Saint Vincent’s Reading List XXXIV: Anne of Austria

Oraison Funebre de la Reyne Mere du Roy : Prononcee dans l’Abbaye Royalle de S. Denis en France, le 12 Feurier de l’Annee 1666, by Francois Faure. Paris: Chez Antoine Vitre, 1666. Call Number: SpC. 944.032 A613Yf1666   In 1661, Louis Abelly dedicated his biography of Vincent de Paul to

Get ‘Em While They’re Fresh: New Books for October 2012

Newsweek recently announced the cancellation of the 80-year-old print version of their weekly magazine. Beginning in 2013, the all-digital magazine will be called Newsweek Global. The magazine business is dynamic, with cessations and new entries occurring every year. But the Newsweek decision seems particularly significant because of its long history

DePaul University Library’s Image Collection on Flickr!

The DePaul University Library’s Image Collection would like to announce that it now has a Flickr page! The photostream can be found here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/dpulibraryimages/  We’re hoping to highlight some of the various collections that are being digitized at DePaul University. The source for these images, as well as additional digititzed

DePaul Hosts Catholic Research Resources Alliance Symposium

On October 15 to 16, 2012, DePaul University hosted the annual Catholic Research Resources Alliance (CRRA) Symposium at Cortelyou Commons. Founded in 2008, the CRRA is a consortium of 35 institutions holding significant library and/or archival collections relevant to Catholic Studies, including colleges, universities, seminaries, religious orders, and other church

Sr. Martha Curry to discuss history of Barat College

DePaul’s Special Collections and Archives Department is pleased to invite you to celebrate the publication of the new book: Barat College: a Legacy, a Spirit, a Name / by Sr. Martha Curry, RSCJ. Date: Thursday, October 25, 2012 Time: 4:00-6:00pm Location: Richardson Library, Room 314, Special Collections and Archives Light