“Tonghak/Ch’ŏndogyo.” In Handbook of East Asian New Religious Movements. Brill Handbooks on Contemporary Religion. Paul L. Beirne and Carl F. Young, edited by Lukas Pokorny and Franz Winter, Vol. 16, 255-278. Leiden: Brill, 2018.
“Sacred Meals and Mission.” In Creating a Welcoming Space: Reflections on Church and Mission–Essays to Honour Larry Nemer svd, edited by Ross Fishburn, Michael Kelly, Christopher Monaghan, and Peter Price, 172-192. Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock, 2015.
“The Creation of Australia’s First ‘University of Specialisation’.” In conjunction with Emeritus Professor Peter Carpenter and Emeritus Professor Gabrielle McMullen. Pacifica 28 (October 2015): 217-228.
The Theological Notion of the Human Person: A Conversation between the Theology of Karl Rahner and the Philosophy of John Macmurray. Bern: Peter Lang, 2013.
“Praying Together in the Dark: Theological Reflections on Shared Prayer within Interreligious Dialogue.” Australian E-Journal of Theology 20 (April 2013): 18-33.
John N. Collins
Gateway to Renewal: Reclaiming ministries for women and men. Northcote: Morning Star, 2016.
Review of Gemeinde, Ämter, Dienste: Perspektiven zur neutestamentlichenEkklesiologie by Anni Hentschel. Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener-Verlagsgesellschaft, 2013, Diaconia Christi, Rottenburg am Neckar, Vol. 49 (2014):1-2, 147-49.
“The Presbyter as Purveyor of the Word of God.” Worship 88, no. 3 (May 2014): 255-71.
Diakonia Studies: Critical Issues in Ministry. New York: OUP 2014.
Mary L. Coloe
“John 17:1-26: The Missionary Prayer of Jesus.” Australian Biblical Review 66 (2018): 1-15.
“Presented in the Temple of God’s Glory.” In Nano Nagle and an Evolving Charism: A Guide for Educators, Leaders and Care Providers, edited by Bernadette Flanagan, Mary T. O’Brien and Anne M. O’Leary, 141-150. Dublin: Veritas, 2017.
A Friendly Guide to the Birth of Jesus. Mulgrave: John Garratt Publishing, 2017.
“The Cosmological Vision of John: The Evangelist as Observer and Interpreter.” In Creation Stories in Dialogue: The Bible, Science, and Folk Traditions, edited by R. Alan Culpepper and Jan G. van der Watt, 271-286. BIS 139; Leiden: Brill, 2016.
A Friendly Guide to John’s Gospel. Mulgrave: Garratt Publishing, 2013.
“Creation in the Gospel of John.” In Creation is Groaning: Biblical and Theological Perspectives, edited by Mary L. Coloe, 71-90. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical, 2013.
“Gentiles in the Gospel of John: Narrative Possibilities–John 12:12-43.” In Attitudes to Gentiles in Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity, edited by David C. Sim and James S. McLaren, 209-223. LNTS 499; London: T&T Clark, 2013.
“The Mother of Jesus: A Woman Possessed.” In Character Studies in the Fourth Gospel: Narrative Approaches to Seventy Figures in John, edited by Steven A. Hunt, D. Francois Tolmie and Ruben Zimmermann, 202-213. WUNT. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2013.
“The Woman of Samaria: Her Characterization, Narrative and Theological Significance.” In Characters and Characterisation in the Gospel of John, edited by Christopher Skinner, 182-96. LNTS 461. London: T&T Clark, 2013.
“Fr Frank Lombard (1910-1967).” Cardijn Studies 1 (2017): 19-29.
“Reimagining Faith-based Leadership for the Greater Good.” In Well-being, Personal Wholeness and the Social Fabric, with Darren Cronshaw et al., edited by Doru Costache et al., 266-296. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2017.
“The Economics behind the Social Thought of Pope Francis.” Australasian Catholic Record 94, no. 2 (April 2017): 148-166.
“Forming a Just Society.” In To know, worship and love: Catholic Ethical Thinking for Secondary Students. Chapter 8. 183-218. Melbourne: James Goold House, 2016.
“The economic credibility of Pope Francis: the Australian and Laudato Si.’’ In Economic and Ecotheological Responses to Laudato Si, edited by John Capper. 55-74. Adelaide: ATF Press, 2016.
“Islam, Peacemaking and Terrorism.” Australasian Catholic Record 92, no. 2 (April 2015): 204-224.
“Pope works to reconcile Catholic teaching, population pressures and sustainable development.” Australian Outlook, Australian Institute of International Affairs, 23 September, 2015.
“Pope Francis’s Call for Social Justice in the Global Economy.” Australasian Catholic Record 91, no. 3 (July 2014): 178-93.
“Globalisation and the Morality of Economics.” Interface: A Forum for Theology in the World 16, no. 1 (2013): 35-63.
“Tackling Capitalism: What Vatican II achieved and what still needs to be done.” Pacifica 26, 2 (2013): 199-214.
“Dr Michael Ramsey.” In Heroes of the Faith: 55 men and women whose lives have proclaimed Christ and inspired the faith of others, edited by Roland Ashby. Mulgrave: Garratt Publishing, 2015.
Creating a Welcoming Space: Reflections on Church and Mission–Essays to Honour Larry Nemer, svd, edited by Ross Fishburn, Michael Kelly, Christopher Monaghan and Peter Price. Northcote: Morning Star, 2014.
“Discernment of Spirits: The Corner-stone of Formation of Spiritual Directors.” PhD diss., 2018, University of Divinity, Melbourne, 2018.
“The Dark Night: A Post Royal Commission Church.” In The Swag 26, no. 2 (Winter 2018):17-18.
Taking God to Heart: A Living Spirituality. 2008. Reprint, Strathfield: St Pauls, 2013.
Daniel. Earth Bible Commentary. London: Bloomsbury (forthcoming).
“Shedding Light on the Introduction to Daniel’s Vision in Chapter 7 (Dan 7:1b-2a).” In title to be announced, edited by D. King. Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press (forthcoming).
“Violence and Destruction in Opposition to Judgement and Righteousness.” In Ecological Aspects of War, edited by A. Elvey and K. Dyer. London: Bloomsbury (forthcoming).
“Interpreting the Writing on the Wall in Daniel 5.” In Bridging between Sister Religions. Studies of Jewish and Christian Scriptures Offered in Honor of John T. Townsend, edited by Isaac Kalimi, 42-65. Leiden: Brill, 2016.
“The Still Small Voice of Nature.” In The Nature of Things Rediscovering the Spiritual in God’s Creation, edited by G. Buxton and N. Habel, 58-69. Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock, 2016.
“Dan 8, 1-2: Keynote to the Following Vision and Advice to the Righteous to Hold Fast.” Christianesimo Nella Storia 35, no. 2 (2014): 429-450.
“Modern Ecological Concerns, the Persistence of Apocalyptic and the Signs of the End.” Pacifica 27, no. 1 (2014): 4-27.
“The Mission of the Kingdom of God: Ultimate Source of Meaning, Value and Energy for Jesus.” The Australasian Catholic Record 93, no. 3 (2016): 326-339.
“The Reality of Sin and the Need for Grace: A Survey of a Perennial Question.” Australasian Catholic Record 90, no. 4 (October 2013): 424-432.
“Redaction, Rhetoric and a New Beginning in Ezekiel 1:1-3:15.” Australian Biblical Review 64 (2016): 14-24.
“Visions of Death and Re-creation: Ezekiel 8–11, 37:1–14 and the Crisis of Identity in the Babylonian Exile and Beyond.” Pacifica 28, no. 3 (2015): 243-255.
Ezekiel’s Vision Accounts as Interrelated Narratives: A Redaction-Critical and Theological Study. BZAW 475. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter, 2015.
“That Was Then, This Is Now: The Understanding and Practice of Authority and Obedience by a Selected Group of Women Religious in Australia.” The Australasian Catholic Record no. 3 (2017): 305-318.
“The Asian Church and Family.” In Family: Living Life Together in the Church and in the World, edited by Klaus Kraemer and Klaus Vellguth. One World Theology, Vol. 10, 193-204. Quezon City: Claritian Publications, 2017.
“The Reformation and the Laity’s Role in Church’s Mission Today.” Janadeepa: Pune Journal of Religious Studies 21, no. 2 (July-December 2017): 69-88.
“The Ministry of Jesus in the Light of the Reformation and Vatican II.” Sedos Bulletin 49, no. 7 and 8 (July-August 2017): 11-20.
“Significance of Inter Religious Dialogue for Christian Community Today.” International Journal of Social Science Studies 4, no. 4 (April 2016): 11-17.
“Das Heil findet sich in vielen Religionen.” Evangelisierung: Die Freude des Evangeliums miteinander teilen. Klaus Kraemer/Klaus Vellguth (Hg.). Theologie der Einen Welt 9. Freiburg: Herder (2015): 271-289.
“Extensio Dei: A New Paradigm of Mission for Contemporary Times.” Ishvani Documentation and Mission Digest 33, no. 2 (May-August 2015): 144-156.
“The New Evangelization from an Asian Perspective.” Verbum SVD. Vol. 55, Fasc. 2-3 (2014): 192-204.
“The Universal Significance of the Logos in the Bible.” Australian Journal of Mission Studies 8, no. 1 (June 2014): 80-84.
Michael A. Kelly
“Australia and Christian Education,” “Baltimore Catechism,” “Hofinger, Johannes,” “New Zealand and Christian Education,” In Encyclopedia of Christian Education (2015), Vol. 1, 102-104, 110-111, and Vol. 2, 593-594, 875-876.
Introduction to Creating a Welcoming Space: Reflections on Church and Mission–Essays to Honour Larry Nemer SVD, 3-9. Northcote: Morning Star, 2014.
“Proclaiming the Word of God during the Lent/Easter Season 2013.” The Summit 40, no. 1 (February): 40-41.
“Who Do You Say I Am? My Journey of Faith as a Missionary.” Verbum SVD 54 (2013): 112-126.
“Knowledge and Power in New Guinea.” Australian Journal of Mission Studies 7, no. 1 (June 2013): 16-22.
Christopher J. Monaghan
“The Synoptic Problem. Where to from here?” Pacifica 30, no. 1 (2017):72-81.
“Why have we reduced the oral tradition to silence? The oral tradition’s role in the formation of the minor agreements.” Australian Biblical Review 65 (2017):1-16.
“Pablo apóstol y la Pasión de Jesús.” In Pasión de Jesucristo, edited by Merino, Luis Díez and Robin Ryan and Adolfo Lippi, 745-756. Madrid: San Pablo, 2015.
“Pasión de Cristo en la carta a los hebreos.” In Pasión de Jesucristo, edited by Merino, Luis Díez and Robin Ryan and Adolfo Lippi, 804-816. Madrid: San Pablo, 2015.
A Friendly Guide to Paul. Mulgrave: Garratt Publishing, 2014.
God’s Word and the Church’s Council: Vatican II and Divine Revelation. Edited by Mark O’Brien and Christopher Monaghan. Adelaide: ATF Press, 2014.
The Gospels: God with Us. Mulgrave: Garratt Publishing, 2014.
“Redemption and Victory.” In Sanctified by Grace: A Theology of the Christian Life, edited by Kent Eilers and Kye Strobel, 105-120. London: T&T Clark, 2014.
“Grace in Two Theological Traditions.” With Janette Gray RSM, In Immense, Unfathomed, Unconfined: The Grace of God in Creation, Church and Community: Essays in Honour of Norman Young, edited by Sean Winter, 93-108. Melbourne: Uniting Academic Press, 2013.
“Moltmann’s Crucified God.” Journal of Reformed Theology 7 (2013): 160-80.
“Autonomy.” Health Matters 82 (Winter 2017): 38-39.
“The Freedom of the Children of God.” Australasian Catholic Record 93, no. 1 (2016): 15-30.
“Reflections after a Lifetime of Contribution.” Chisholm Health Ethics Bulletin 21, no. 2 (2015): 3-6.
“The ‘for life’ Position of the Church.” Health Matters 69 (Autumn 2014):16-17.
“Ectopic Pregnancies–Some Moral Questions.” Health Matters 65 (Autumn 2013): 28-29.
“A Reflection on Assisted Dying.” Health Matters 85 (Autumn 2018): 63.
“Giving Due Emphasis to the Human Person in Catholic Moral Teaching.” The Australasian Catholic Record 90, no. 1 (2013): 47-59.
“Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the Australian Journal of Mission Studies.” Australian Journal of Mission Studies 11, no. 1 (June 2017): 3-12.
“Laudato si and its Missionary Challenges: a Personal Reflection.” Australian Journal of Mission Studies 10, no. 2 (December 2016): 68-70.
“Muehsamer Beginn in Australien: Der Beitrag der deutschen Missionsbrueder vor dem Zweiten Weltkrieg.” 2014 Steyler Missionschronik: 126-133.
The Great Age of Mission: Some Historical Studies in Mission History. Sankt Augustin: Steyler Verlag, 2013.
Discerning the Dynamics of Jeremiah 1–25 (MT). Adelaide: ATF Press, 2017.
Restoring the Right Relationship: The Bible on Divine Righteousness. Adelaide: ATF, 2014.
“The Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies in Twentieth Century Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand.” In Hebrew Bible/Old Testament. The History of Its Interpretation 3, no. 2 The Twentieth Century—From Modernism to Post-Modernism, edited by Magne Saebo, 269-84. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2014.
“The Ties that Bind in Numbers.” Australian Biblical Review 62 (2014): 1-13, 26-36.
“Prophetic Stories Making a Story of Prophecy.” In Israelite Prophecy and the Deuteronomistic History: Portrait, Reality, and the Formation of a History, Ancient Israel and Its Literature 14, edited by Mignor J. Jacobs and Raymond F. Person, 169-86. Atlanta, GA: SBL, 2013.
Bishop Charles Davis’ Musical Contribution to the Early Australian Catholic Church. Australasian Catholic Record 96 no. 1 (January 2019).
Improvisatory Musical Practices in Nineteenth Century Melbourne Roman Catholic Churches. Australian Catholic Record 86, no. 3 (July 2009): 297-313.
Improvisatory Musical Practices in Australia’s Colonial Church of England. Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society 93, Part 1 (June 2007): 77-93.
“The Life and Contribution of Bishop Charles Henry Davis, OSB (1815-1854) to the Catholic Church in Australia.” Dr Theol., University of Divinity, Melbourne, 2017.
A Not-So-Unexciting Life: Essays in Honour of Michael Casey ocso. Edited by Carmel Posa. Kalamazoo, MI: Cistercian, 2017.
Review of “Your Hearts will Rejoice,” Easter Meditations from the Vita Christi by Ludolph of Saxony, translated by Milton T. Walsh. Tjurunga: An Australasian Benedictine Review 88 (2016): 94-96.
With Constant J Mews. “Heloise’s Engagement with the Bible: A Continuing Journey.” In Bible and Women – An Encyclopedia of Exegesis and Cultural History: The High Middle Ages, edited by Christina de Groot et al., 127-148. Atlanta, GA: SBL Press, 2015.
Review of At Play in Creation: Merton’s Awakening to the Feminine Divine, by Christopher Pramuk. Tjurunga: An Australasian Benedictine Review 87 (2015): 26.
“The Name Sufficiently indicates the Scope: Good Samaritan Mission and the Benedictine Vows.” Tjurunga: An Australasian Benedictine Review 84 (Easter 2014): 19-31.
“Heloisas Engagement fur die Bibel: Ein Kontinuierlecker Prozess.” In Frauen und Bibel im Mittelalter: Rezeption und Interpretation, edited by Kari Elizabeth Børresen und Adriana Valerio, 151-168. Kohlammer: Stuttgart, 2013. (forthcoming in English: Brill, Leiden)
Australian Catholic Bishops and the First Vatican Council 1869-1870: An Historical Reflection. Morning Star: Northcote, 2017.
“Australia’s Spanish Bishops of the First Vatican Council.” In New Norcia Studies 23 (June 2016): 49-61.
“John Neylon Molony, 1927 – . ” Footprints: Journal of the Melbourne Diocesan Historical Commission 29, no. 2 (December 2014): 36-41.
“The Cardinal Manning Papers: Searching for Missing Sources.” In Creating a Welcoming Space: Reflections on Church and Mission–Essays to Honour Larry Nemer, svd, edited by Ross Fishburn, Michael Kelly, Christopher Monaghan and Peter Price, Chapter 7. Northcote: Morning Star, 2014.
General Editor. A World United or a World Exploited: Christian Perspectives on Globalisation, Adelaide: ATF Press, 2013.
“The Diaspora Church: Laity and ‘Laicity’ in the Post-Vatican II Era.” Pacifica 26, no. 2 (June 2013): 184-198.
“Christian Witness in a Multi-Religious World.” IACM Conference Synthesis. Pattaya, Thailand, 9-15 July 2017, Verbum SVD 58, 2/3 (2017): 321-328. (Sankt Augustin, Germany) Also published in, Missio Inter Gentes 3, no. 2 (2017): 51-59. (Tagaytay, Philippines)
“Interkulteralität, Eine Würdigung des von der Föderation der Asiatichen Bichofskonferenzen in Gang gesetzten Prozesses.” In Inkulturation: Gottes Gegenwart in den Kulturen edited by Klau Krämer andKlaus Vellguth 322-333. Freiburg: Herder, 2017.
With Dr. Purnama Asep and Rasdiana Rovigis, eds. Bangkit dalam Harapan Baru: 24 Kisah Inspiratif oleh Penyintas HIV. [Rising Up in New Hope: 24 Inspirational Stories by People Living with HIV.] Maumere: Penerbit Ledalero, 2017.
“Testimonio y presencia.” In Interculturalidad En La Vida Y En La Misión, edited by Lazar T. Stanislaus and Martin Ueffing, 515-534. Pamplona: Editorial verbo divino, 2017.
“Epilog.” In Post-Sekularisme, Toleransi dan Demokrasi, [Post-Secularism, Tolerance and Democracy], edited by Otto Gusti Madung, 166-180. Maumere: Penerbit Ledalero, 2017.
With Julian C. H. Lee and Thomas A. Reuter, eds. Trajectories: Excursions with the Anthropology of E. Douglas Lewis (Asian Thought and Culture). New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2016.
With William Chang. “Confucian Ren and Jesus’ Agape as a Basic Virtue toward a More Ecumenical World.” Journal of Ecumenical Studies 51, no. 4 (2016): 552-566.
“Reformasi Pantekostal sebagai Peremajavn Kekristenan Paling Radikal sejak Pembaruan Yohanes Calvin.” [The Pentecostal Reformation as the most Radical Renewal of Christianity since that of John Calvin.] Jurnal Ledalero 15, no. 2 (2016): 343-366.
“‘My hand over my mouth… I have nothing more to say’: Letting Allah Breakthrough our Dogmatic Certainties.” Vinayasādhana VII, no. 2 (2016): 32-45.
“‘SPOTLIGHT’: Membongkar Korupsi Sistemik dalam Institusi Gereja,” [Spotlight: Exposing systematic Corruption in the Institutional Church.] Jurnal Ledalero 15, no.1 (2016): 302-326.
“A Vision of Faith for Asia: New Evangelisation in a Muslim Context.” Verbum SVD, Vol. 55, Fasc. 2-3 (2014): 205-217.
“‘Failed Migrants’ Return: A Transforming Word from the Book of Ruth.” God’s People on the Move: Biblical and Global Perspectives on Migration and Mission, edited by vanThanh Nyugen and John Prior, 132-143. Eugene OR: Pickwick, 2014.
“Le pentecôtisme en Indonésie: leçons d’une croissance phénoménale.” Spiritus no. 216 (2014): 291-306.
“New Daybreak in Mission: From Ad Gentes to Inter Gentes,” Revisiting Vatican II: 50 Years of Renewal, Vol. 1, Keynote and Plenary Papers of the DVK International Conference on Vatican II, 31 January – 3 February 2013, edited by Shaji George Kochuthara, 393-403. Bangalore: Dharmaram, 2014.
“Presence, Patience, Persistence: Mission in a Hub of Human Trafficking.” In Creating a Welcoming Space: Reflections on Church and Mission–Essays to Honour Larry Nemer, svd, edited by Ross Fishburn, Michael Kelly, Christopher Monaghan and Peter Price, 235-252. Northcote: Morning Star, 2014.
“A Feast of Love: Visual images of Francis of Assisi and Mary Magdalen and Late Medieval Mendicant Devotion.” In Poverty and Devotion in Mendicant Cultures, edited by J. Mews, and Anna Welch, Chapter 6, 92-104. London: Routledge, 2016.
Constant Mews and Claire Renkin. “Gregory the Great and the Latin West.” In The Brill Companion to Gregory the Great, edited by B. Neil and M. dal Santo, 315-342. Leiden: Brill, 2013.
“From Marginalization to Leadership: Re-shaping a Theology and Praxis of Mission.” Colloquim 49, no 2 (November 2017): 24-35.
“‘Bound to be free!’ Vowed Religious Life.” Furrow – a Journal for the Contemporary Church 68, no 5 (May 2017): 279-286.
Review of Dreaming a New Earth: Raimon Pannikar and Indigenous Spiritualities, edited by Gerald Hall and Joan Hendriks, 234-235. Preston: Mosaic Press, 2012. Pacifica 27, no. 2 (June, 2014).
“Global Mission: Consequences for the Marginalized.” In A World United or a World Exploited? edited by Peter Price, 117-129. Hindmarsh: ATF Press, 2013.
“Missionary Turned Around: Bound to be Free.” Charles Strong Trust Lecture, Australian Association for the Study of Religion Conference. Adelaide, 2nd October, 2013.
Feature article “Celebrating the Paschal Triduum: ‘Rehearsal’ for Paschal Living.” In The Good Oil. Monthly E-Magazine of The Good Samaritan Sisters, April 2014.
“*Sacrosantum Concilium: The Australian Way. Part II: Implementation.” Australian Journal of Liturgy 13, no. 4 (2013): 172-189.
“Francis of Assisi, Sister Bird and Interpretations of the Founder in Thirteenth and Fourteenth Century Sources.” In Poverty and Devotion in Mendicant Cultures, edited by Constant J. Mews and Anna Welch, Chapter 5. London: Routledge, 2016.
Liturgy, Books and Franciscan Identities in Medieval Umbria. Leiden: Brill, 2016.
Creating and Collecting: Artists’ Books in Australia, La Trobe Library Journal, edited by Des Cowley, Robert Heather and Anna Welch, State Library of Victoria. Special Issue no. 95, 2015.
“God’s Image Revealed in Authentic Living: Mutual Enrichment through the Drama of Theological Education across Cultures.” In Enfleshing Theology: Embodiment, Discipleship, and Politics in the Work of M. Shawn Copeland, edited by Robert J. Rivera and Michele Saracino. 185-198. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2018.
“Graced Friendship and Being Oneself: Releasing Excellence.” In Grace and Friendship. Theological Essays in Honor of Fred Lawrence, from his grateful students, edited by M. Shawn Copeland and Jeremy D. Wilkins, with a Foreword Tribute by Frederick E. Crowe, S.J. Milwaukee WI: Marquette University Press, 2016.