Bibliographical Repertories

Bibliographical Repertories2024-03-06T15:11:11+01:00

Bibliotheque de la Compagnie de Jésus

For writings by Jesuit authors, 1540-1890, see Carlos Sommervogel “Bibliotheque de la Compagnie de Jésus” (12 volumes) Bruxelles-Paris (1890 and following). Digitized by Boston College.

Moniteur bibliographique de la Compagnie de Jésus

Publications by Jesuits, and items written by non-Jesuit authors concerning the Society, by year, 1888-1914.

You can download all issues in one file from Internet Archive or the single year:

Index Bibliographicus Societatis Iesu

Lists publications by Jesuits, by year(s), for years 1937-1977. Published by General Curia, Society of Jesus, Rome.

You can download all 20 volumes in one file from Internet Archive.

You can also download the single volumes at the following links:

Bibliography of the History of the Society of Jesus

The “Bibliography on the History of the Society of Jesus” was first produced for AHSI by László Polgár SJ, spanning fifty issues of the journal, between 1952 and 2001.

The Bibliography was resumed in 2006, by Paul Begheyn SJ. In order to provide continuity with Fr Polgár’s work, it incorporates titles dated from 2000. Entries are divided into three sections: I. The entire Society; II. Countries; III. Persons. An Index of authors concludes the Bibliography.

The entire Bibliography is available online, including:

  • the three bibliographical volumes by László Polgár SJ to 1980
  • Polgàr’s annual Bibliography from 1980 to 2001;
  • The Bibliography by Paul Begheyn SJ from 2006 to 2018 and after 2018 by Wenceslao Soto SJ

These are available for download in a single file comprising all bibliographies presented consecutively. To maximise the utility of this resource, especially its search functions, it is recommended to download the file as a PDF (over 8000 pages, 440mb).

You can also download the single volumes:

Jesuit Online Bibliography

Jesuit Online Bibliography: a collaboration between ARSI; Institute for Advanced Jesuit Studies, Boston College; and Jesuitica Project, KU Leuven.

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