Library Resources

St. Anthony is building a set of online resources and tools for current students, instructors, and alumni to use in their studies, whether for the ministry or for personal and professional spiritual enrichment. It provides no guarantees for third-party resources. Resources will be added continuously. 

Various Language Text Sites (for research and reading)

The Latin Library

This digital library is the work of William Carey and contains Latin texts only claimed to be in the public domain. Texts range from Christian, medieval, and ancient. 

Christian Classics Ethereal Library (CCEL)

CCEL is a digital library of hundreds of classic Christian books selected for edification and education. It contains English translations of early Church fathers, including apologetic, commentaries, and theological works. Search by titles, author, genre, language, etc.

Perseus Digital Library

Since 1985, Perseus, affiliated with Tufts University, has collected original language texts and translations related to the history, literature, and culture of the Greco-Roman world. It includes a searchable database. 

Digital Library Sites

Academia.edu

This free site offers digital access to 23 million articles and papers. More than 142 million academics and researchers. To access the material, you will need to create an account. 

Open Access Digital Theological Library

This free site offers digital access to 198,000+ books, 10 million articles, 6,200+ journals, and more.  

The Classical Library

This digital library was founded in 1999 by the Very Rev. Dr. Robert S. Munday and contains hundreds of English languages works, including dictionaries, general encyclopedias, and specialized encyclopedias.