The primary library resource for the faculty and students of the Augustine Institute is the Cardinal Stafford Library of St. John Vianney Seminary in Denver. Through the Institute’s cooperative agreement with the Seminary, students may apply for borrowing privileges, borrow books by U.S. mail and through interlibrary loan, and access the electronic databases to which the Stafford Library subscribes. To apply for a library card, students must complete this form (PDF) to the Cardinal Stafford Library in person. Moreover, students interested in researching through the electronic databases should review the Cardinal Stafford Library’s Research Guide.
To find out more about how to use the EBSCOHost system, see http://support.ebsco.com.
In order to successfully fill your request for a book or resource from the Cardinal Stafford Library, you must have previously applied for and received a library card (notification by email indicates receipt). You may apply for a library card here. You will receive your document by email if you have requested a book chapter, book review, article, or the like. If you have requested a book, however, the Library will likely use the United States Postal Service. Click here to fill out the request form.
...I am eternally grateful for what the Augustine Institute has done for my soul, my family and my apostolate. If you feel called to further your education and theological studies, I cannot recommend anything better than the Augustine Institute.
...service to the new evangelization, helping equip my students to engage post-modernity and propose the timeless teachings of Christ in a timely way for our age.”
the education and human formation we received as students at the Augustine Institute. From the outstanding professors to the rich curriculum, everything lends itself to the development of the intellect and the zeal to bring Jesus Christ to the world. I would highly recommend the Augustine Institute to anyone looking to achieve excellence in knowledge, wisdom and virtue.”
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