Journals


Eymard literature was identified in journals consulted for this work in the libraries and archives of:

The Blessed Sacrament Congregation in Melbourne, Sydney, and New York;
The Philadelphia Archdiocesan Historical Research Center; and
Veech Library, Catholic Institute of Sydney.Internet addresses for repositories are noted in Internet sites and Bibliographical resources: Online catalogues and collections.

American journals are documented and discussed in:
Dougherty, Joseph, FSC. (2010). American journals and associations for frequent communion (chapter 4, pp. 111-138). In From altar-throne to table: The campaign for frequent Holy Communion in the Catholic church. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press; [Chicago]: American Theological Library Association. (ATLA monograph series, no. 50).

Australian journals are documented and discussed in:
Damien Cash, (2007). The road to Emmaus: A history of the Blessed Sacrament Congregation in Australia
. Melbourne: Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament & David Lovell Publishing.

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  • Animation (Supplement): See Ensemble/Together: Bulletin of the Central Team of the Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament to Foster Communication and Animation.
  • Bread Broken & Shared: A Newsletter for Friends of the Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament of the Province of St Ann, Cleveland, Ohio. 2005 (Sept./Oct.)–
    Notes:
    1.  Prior to Sept./Oct., 2005, entitled Newsletter (Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament).
    2.  The newsletter’s origins are outlined in Editor, (2005, Sept./Oct.). A new look. Bread Broken & Shared, 1.
    Electronic source:
    http://blessedsacrament.com/newsletter/
    Last two years of newsletters available.
  • Bread & Wine (Blessed Sacrament Congregation), Melbourne, Australia. No. 1, 1971-no. 72, 1988.
  • Emmanuel: Magazine of Eucharist Spirituality (Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament), Cleveland, Ohio. 1895–
    Notes:
    1.  Published at various times by the Priests’ Eucharistic League, the Apostolic Union of Secular Priests, and the Priests’ Communion League.
    2.  Bernier, Paul, SSS. (2009, Sept./Oct.). A peek behind Emmanuel magazine. Bread Broken & Shared, 14-16.
    https://eymardbibliography.files.wordpress.com/2015/05/bernier-sepoct09bbs3f.pdf (2MB).
    3.  Editor. (1945). Fifty years of Eucharistic service. Emmanuel, 51(1), 1-4.
    4.  The origins and history of Emmanuel are discussed in Dougherty, Joseph, FSC. (2010). American journals and associations for frequent communion (chapter 4, pp. 111-138). In From altar-throne to table: The campaign for frequent Holy Communion in the Catholic church. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press; [Chicago]: American Theological Library Association. (ATLA monograph series, no. 50).
    5.  The Philippines edition of Emmanuel is published twice a year for the Feasts of the Corpus Christi and Christ the King, by the Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament Province of Our Lady of the Assumption at St Cruz Church, PO Box 1664, 1099 Manila, Philippines. As Emmanuel (Philippines edition) includes many selections from the US edition of Emmanuel it has not been searched for this bibliography.
    6. Schueller, Anthony, SSS. (2013, Sept./Oct.). Change of editors for Emmanuel magazine. Bread Broken & Shared, 11.
    https://eymardbibliography.files.wordpress.com/2015/06/schueller-sepoct13bbs4f.pdf (755KB).
    7. Schueller, Anthony, SSS. (2014, Jan./Feb.). The “New” Emmanuel arrives. Bread Broken & Shared, 4-5.
    https://eymardbibliography.files.wordpress.com/2015/06/schueller-janfeb14bbsv2.pdf (670KB).
    8. Beginning in 2014 also available on subscription in a digital edition at emmanuelpublishing.org
  • Emmaus: A quarterly review (Priests’ Eucharistic League), Maitland, New South Wales, Australia. No. 1, 1915-October, 1971.
    Notes:
    1.  Subtitle varies: Bulletin of the Priests’ Eucharistic League in Australia; Quarterly Bulletin of the Priests’ Eucharistic League in Australia.
    2. 
    Place of publication varies, St Patrick’s College, Manly, New South Wales, Australia.
  • Ensemble/Together: Bulletin of the Central Team of the Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament to Foster Communication and Animation (Blessed Sacrament Fathers), Rome. 1970-1997.
    Note:
    Published as Ensemble in French and Together in English, in the one volume. Together and the supplement, Animation, also reproduced separately in roneoed form in Australia.
  • Eucharist: A Magazine of Spirituality for the Modern Layman (Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament), New York. Vol. 1, 1962-1982.
    Notes:
    1.  For Eucharist’s predecessor prior to September, 1962, See The Sentinel of the Blessed Sacrament: Official Organ of the People’s Eucharistic League (New York).
    2.  Editor. (1962). New magazine for laymen will succeed the “Sentinel”. Emmanuel, 68(9), 343-344.
    “Starting with our September issue [1962], The Sentinel of the Blessed Sacrament will be succeeded by a new magazine designed to more effectively meet the spiritual needs of our modern layman.”
  • Eucharist & Priest: Official Organ for the Priests’ Eucharistic League and Priests’ Communion League for India, Pakistan, Burma and Ceylon (St Joseph’s Apostolic Seminary), Alwaye, Kerala, India. Vol. 1, 1894-vol. 72, 1966.
    Notes:
    1.  Subtitle varies: Official Monthly of the Priests’ Eucharistic League for India, Burma and Ceylon; A Magazine for Priests and Religious, published St Joseph’s Apostolic Seminary, Alwaye North, Kerala, India.
    2.  Continued by Living Word: Journal of philosophy and theology (Pontifical Institute of Theology and Philosophy), Alwaye, Kerala, India. Vol. 73, 1967-
  • Eymard News (St Peter Julian’s Church, Haymarket), See Newsletter (Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament), St Peter Julian’s Church, Haymarket, Sydney, Australia.
  • Fraction (Newsletter St Peter Julian’s Church, Haymarket), See Newsletter (Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament), St Peter Julian’s Church, Haymarket, Sydney, Australia.
  • Fraction (Newsletter of St Francis’ Church, Melbourne), See Newsletter (Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament), St Francis’ Church, Melbourne, Australia.

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  • Inter-Com (Blessed Sacrament Congregation Province of the Holy Spirit, Australia, India, Sri Lanka), St Francis’ Church, Melbourne, Australia. No. 1, 1985-no. 18, 1997.
    Note:
    From the introduction … “A Provincial Publication in which news and views concerning our Eucharistic mission and way of life may be freely expressed and exchanged around the Province.”
  • Living Word: Journal of philosophy and theology (Pontifical Institute of Theology and Philosophy), Alwaye, Kerala, India. Vol. 73, 1967-
    Note:
    Preceded by Eucharist & Priest: Official Organ for the Priests’ Eucharistic League and Priests’ Communion League for India, Pakistan, Burma and Ceylon.
  • The Monstrance (Fathers of the Blessed Sacrament), St Francis’, Melbourne, Australia. Vol. 1, 1935-vol. 71, 1971.
    Notes:
    1.  From March/April 1970 to Nov./Dec. 1970 cover entitled New Monstrance.
    2.  Editor. (1941). “The Monstrance” Emmaus, 2(11), 562.
    3.  For the purposes of this bibliography, The Monstrance (Melb.) is used to avoid confusion with the publication of the same title published in New York.
  • The Monstrance: Official Monthly Organ of St Jean Baptiste Church in Charge of the Blessed Sacrament, Lexington Avenue at 76th St., New York City. Vol. 1,1937-c.1987.
    Note:
    For the purposes of this bibliography, The Monstrance (NY) is used to avoid confusion with the publication of the same title published in Melbourne, Australia.
  • New Monstrance (Blessed Sacrament Fathers), Melbourne, Australia, See The Monstrance (Fathers of the Blessed Sacrament), Melbourne.
  • Newsletter (Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament, United States), See Bread Broken & Shared: A Newsletter for Friends of the Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament of the Province of St Ann.
  • Newsletter (Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament), St Francis’ Church, Melbourne, Australia. 30 March, 1997–
    Note:
    Preceded by Fraction (Newsletter of St Francis’ Church, Melbourne). 10 June, 1984-9 Feb., 1997, and Bulletin of St Francis’ Church/St Francis’ Bulletin. Easter 1974-July/August, 1983.
    Electronic source:
    http://www.stfrancismelbourne.org.au/stfrancis/list_newsletters.cfm?loadref=65
  • The Sentinel of the Blessed Sacrament (Fathers of the Blessed Sacrament), Montreal. Vol. 1, 1898-vol. 20, 1917.
    Note:
    1.  [Editor]. (1903, March). Special notice to all readers. The Sentinel of the Blessed Sacrament, [6], 80.
    “… is the only periodical in Canada devoted to the great mystery of our Faith.”
    2.  For the purposes of this work, The Sentinel of the Blessed Sacrament (Montreal) is used to avoid confusion with the publication of the same title published in New York.
    Electronic source:
    The Sentinel of the Blessed Sacrament, 1903, from https://www.archive.org/details/1903sentinelofbl00newyuoft
  • The Sentinel of the Blessed Sacrament: Official Organ of the People’s Eucharistic League (published by the Fathers of the Blessed Sacrament to foster a greater reverence for the Most Blessed Sacrament), New York. Vol. 1, 1898-vol. 65, 1962.
    Notes:
    1.  Subtitle varies: The Official Organ of the People’s Eucharistic League and of the Nocturnal Adoration Society of the United States.
    2.  For Sentinel’s successor from September 1962, See Eucharist: A Magazine of Spirituality for the Modern Layman.
    3.  Editor. (1962). New magazine for laymen will succeed the “Sentinel”. Emmanuel, 68(9), 343-344.
    “Starting with our September issue [1962], The Sentinel of the Blessed Sacrament will be succeeded by a new magazine designed to more effectively meet the spiritual needs of our modern layman.”
    4.  The origins and history of The Sentinel of the Blessed Sacrament are discussed in Dougherty, Joseph, FSC. (2010). American journals and associations for frequent communion (chapter 4, pp. 111-138). In From altar-throne to table: The campaign for frequent Holy Communion in the Catholic church. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press; [Chicago]: American Theological Library Association. (ATLA monograph series, no. 50).
    5.  For the purposes of this work, The Sentinel of the Blessed Sacrament (NY) is used to avoid confusion with the publication of the same title published in Montreal.
    Electronic source:
    The Sentinel of the Blessed Sacrament, 1901, from https://archive.org/details/sentinelofblesse00newyuoft
  • SSS International (Curia Generalizia – Sacramentini), Rome, from http://www.curiasss.net/english1.html
    Note:
    The General Site of the Curia of the Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament requires a password to access this journal.
  • Together, See Ensemble/Together.
  • U.N.I.T.Y. (Seminary of Christ the King), Lower Templestowe, Victoria, Australia. 1959-1966/67.
  • The Vineyard (Blessed Sacrament Congregation, Province of the Holy Spirit), Melbourne, Australia. 2003–
    Notes:
    1.  The Province initially included Australia, India and Sri Lanka.
    2.  From the first issue … “aim of this magazine style newsletter is to share and communicate the happenings of the Province with friends and personnel. Content will include exchange of information and ideas from individuals and communities and will also feature items helpful to ongoing formation such as new publications and book reviews.”
    Electronic source:
    http://www.blessedsacrament.com.au/news/list_newsletters.cfm?loadref=32

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