Roman Catholic

Chair - David Kriegh, St. Patrick's Seminary, Menlo Park, CA

Webmaster - Christina Geuther


Welcome to the ATLA Roman Catholic Denominational Group Page!
We are comprised of Roman Catholic seminaries, colleges, universities, and individuals who are  active in ATLA (American Theological Library Association)
and who have an interest in Roman Catholic theological librarianship.

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RC Denominational Group members meeting in Indianapolis, Indiana at the 2018 ATLA Annual Conference.

First Row (seated): Patricia O’Callaghan, Magdaline Mungai Wanjiru, Sr. Rebecca Abel, Vlatka Božičević, Kerrie Burn, Lois Guebert

Second Row: Connie Song, Stephen Sweeney, Clay-Edward Dixon, Kris Veldheer, Kathy Harty, Jennie Bartholomew, David Kriegh, Ann Owen

Third Row: Deb Winarski, Matina Curic, Ann Heinrichs, James Humble, Alan Krieger, Connor Flatz, Barnaby Hughes, Derek Rieckens, Bro. Andrew Kosmowski  


This site was last updated on 9/4/18

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