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Starting Your Research

A Beginning Scholar's Guide to Research Success for new students at the University of Notre Dame

Citing Sources

Citing Theological Resources

Library guide to Citing Theological Sources [St. Thomas University] :

  • Vatican II Documents
  • Papal Encyclical Letters
  • Citing the Summa Theologica/Thomas Aquinas
  • Citing Bible Reference Sources
  • How to Cite the Bible
  • Anniversary documents commenting on and celebrating previous encyclical letters
  • The Catechicsm and other first use models
  • Canon Law
  • Papal Decrees
  • Apostolic Letters
  • Apostolic Exhortations

Citation Managers

Citation managers help you keep track of your sources and generate in-text citations and works cited pages.

  • RefWorks: The subscription is paid for by Notre Dame, but you can have access to your account past graduation, as long as the subscription is current. 

  • Zotero: A free tool that works as an extension to Chrome and Firefox. It supports Mac, Windows, and Linux.

  • Mendeley:  A free tool often used in the sciences, it supports Word, LibreOffice, and LaTeX.

View the Citing and Managing Sources guide to learn more about these three options, or ask a librarian for more information.