Sunday, 30 January 2011

Michael Mascarenhas, SDB


  • Through Storm and Tempest: A Biography of Blessed Joseph Vaz, Apostle of Canara and Sri Lanka (1651-1711) and an Account of the Historic Exploits of the First Oratorians (Goa...) in Sri Lanka. Mumbai: Tej-prasarini Don Bosco Communications, 2001.
  • Bhaktivant Jose Vazachem Caritravarnan: Kanara and Sri Lankecho preshit (1651-1711) ani Goemcya pratham Oratorian Sansthen Sri Lankat kel'lea caritrik missao vavracho vivar. Tr. into Konkani (Kannada script) by Reginald Pinto, Santosh Menezes, OFM Cap. and Victor Rodrigues. Mumbai: Tej-prasarini Don Bosco Communications, 2002.
  • Vadoll ani tufananantlean: Goencho bhagevont put Padri Juze Vazachea jivitachi kotha. Translation into Konkani (Roman script) by Thomas Misquith and Jess Fernandes. Panjim: Boskon Communications, 2010.
  • Vadalvara va tufanatun: Dhanyavadit Joseph Vaz yanche jivan caritra. Translation into Marathi by Anil Dabre. Mumbai: Tej-prasarini Don Bosco Communications, 2006.

Justin E. Abbot


Primary
  • "Can a Man be a Hindu and a Christian at the Same Time?" Dnyanodaya 50/31 (Jul. 1891) 1. [PUTC]
  • "The Christian Nirvana." Dnyanodaya 54/17 (Apr. 1895) 1. [PUTC]
  • "India's Right to Her Own Interpretation of Christianity." Dnyanodaya 68/32 (1909) 1. [PUTC] [Baago gives the volume as 168.] 
  • "Christ and Hinduism." Dnyanodaya 68/7 (Feb. 1909) 1. [PUTC]
  • Bulletin of the School of Oriental Studies 3:159-164 (1923-25). [Bandelu 6.]
  • Letter to Times of India, 17 August 1925. [Bandelu 6. Full text in B 946-948; D 894-895. None of the 3 Abbott pieces are present in the Falcao 2003 bibliography, though the Letter is mentioned in F 2003 23 note 43.]
  • “The Discovery of the Original Devanagari Text of the Christian Purana of Thomas Stevens,” Bulletin of the School of Oriental Studies [BSOS] 2 (1921-23) 679-683. [Hambye 32. Bandelu 6] 

Saturday, 29 January 2011

Early Syrian Christian Literature

"The Acts and Decrees of the Synod of Diamper." English translation, in James Hough, The History of Christianity in India, 1839. 2:512-683. [UTC]
Thomas, P.J. Marriage Customs and Songs of Syrian Christians in Malabar. Madras, 1936. [JPS]
Lucas, P.U. Ancient Songs of the Syrian Christians of Malabar. Kottayam, 1954. 206 pp. [CMSC]
Rao, C.P. Govinda. Old Songs of the Malayalam Literature. Trivandrum, 1093 (1918). 280 pp. [LWB]
Songs in Adoration of the Cross. Kottayam, 1948. 19 pp. [LWB]
Daniel, K.N. A Critical Study of the Primitive Liturgies. 2nd ed. 1949. 267 pp. [Theological discussion.] 

Thursday, 27 January 2011

Manilal C. Parekh


Primary
  • From Brahmo Samaj to Christianity. Madras: CLS, 1919. 18 pp. [UTC]
  • “Mr Gandhi and Religion.” YMI 25 (May 1924) 204-229. [UTC]
  • “The Spiritual Significance and Value of Baptism.” NCCR (Sep. 1924) 324-329. [GEN]
  • “Our Objectives.” NMI 20/2 (Feb. 1926) 34-37. [NMS, UTC]
  • “The Christian Religion and the Jains.” NCCR (Mar. 1926) 138-145. [GEN]
  • “Our Cultural Heritage.” An Indian Approach to India. Ed. M. Stauffer. London: SCM, 1928) 1-15. [UTC]
  • “A Meditation.” NCCR (Apr. 1928) 192-194. [GEN]
  • “The Ideal Missionary.” CSSR 1 (May 1931) 16-26. [UTC]
  • “Christian Proselytism in India (A Great and Growing Menace). Rajkot: priv. printed, 1947) 463 pp. [GUST, UTC]
  • A Hindu’s Portrait of Jesus Christ (A Gospel of God's Free Gift of his Sonship). Rajkot: priv. publ. 1953. 594 pp. [GUST, UTC]
  • Meditations on the Lord’s Prayer. Unpubl. MS. [CISRS]

J.W.R. Netram


Primary
India’s Religious Questions. Madras: CLS, 1929. 95 pp. [NITC]

N.C. Mukerji


Primary
The Christ of Hinduism and Other Papers. Allahabad, 1944. 42 pp. [NO]

J.C. Kumarappa


Primary
  • “India's Challenge to Christian Youth.” Guardian (11 Dec.1941) 580 f.
  • Practice and Precepts of Jesus. Ahmedabad: Navajivan, 1945. 117 pp. [UTC, GEN]
  • Christianity: Its Economy and Way of Life. Ahmedabad: Nava­jivan, 1945. 128 pp.
  • “Christians and Politics.” Guardian (7 Mar. 1946) 111.
  • “The War Resisters International.” Arunodayam (Jan. 1955) 21. 

Francis Kingsbury


[From Baago 50]

Primary
  • “God Revealed in Christ.” YMI (Sep. 1922) 475 ff. [UTC]
  • “Reply to Rev. G.E. Phillips’ Paper: Recent Christological Discussions.” NCCR (Dec. 1922) 452-463. [UTC]
  • Jesus of Nazareth, His Life and Teaching. Madras: Priv. Publ., 1924. 107 pp. [UTC]
  • The Life of Jesus. Colombo, 1932. 19 pp. [GUR]


Wednesday, 26 January 2011

G. Vedanayagam Job


[From Baago 47-48.]

Primary  
“Religious Experience of Sadhu Sunder Singh.” YMI 34 (Jul. 1923) 316. [UTC]
“Hindrances to the Development of the Church in India.” NMI 19/11 (Nov.1925) 181-185. [NMS, UTC]
“A Plea for Unity.” NCCR (Jul. 1927) 405-415.
“Studies in Nationalism and Religion (C) Christianity and Nationalism.” YMI 43 (Sept. 1931) 515f.
Taeiva Tarsirupan. (The Very Image of God). [The Life of Christ, written with a view to Hindu readers.) Madras: CLS, 1931. 200 pp. [CLS, TTC]
“The Great Dilemma. (On the problem of Suffering).” CSSR 3 (Jul. 1933) 202-209.
The Conception of God. Tracts for the Times no. 1. Madras: CLS, 1933. 15 pp.
“Church Union—An Impasse or Opportunity.” Guardian (2.4.1936) 212f; (16.4.1936) 244f; (23.4.1936) 260f.
“The Christian Approach to Popular Hinduism.” NCCR (Mar. 1937) 120-127.
“Sri Ramakrishna: His Unique Message.” Guardian (25.3.1937) 180f; (1.4.1934) 196f.
“How far can the Church in India utilize the different Cultural Inheritances found in India?” NCCR (Sep. 1937) 475-484.
“The Christian Movement in India.” Rethinking Christianity in India. Madras, 1938. 1-16.
Kutumba Djeba Manjari. (A book of Family Worship.) Madras: CLS, 1942, reprinted 1952. 154 pp. [UTC]
“Christ the Way.” NCCR (Mar. 1942) 121-125.
“Christians in Society.” Guardian (5.11.1942) 520f.
“Christian Contribution to Free India.” Guardian (8.1.1948) 3-4; (15.1.1948) 15-16; (22.1.1948) 27-28.
“The Bible as the Word of God.” Guardian (10.3.1949) 148-149.
“The Ministry in the Proposed Basis for Church Union in N. India.” Guardian (17.3.1949) 165-166.
“The Christian Contribution to the Life of Free India.” Guardian (11.8.1949) 488-489.
“Application of Christian Principles to Politics.” Guardian (30.11.1950) 756-757; (7.12.1950) 772-773; (11.12.1950) 788-789. 

Monday, 24 January 2011

[Brahmachari] Animananda [Rewachand Gyanchand]

Born Rewachand Gyanchand in Sindh. Converted to Catholicism in 1893 due to his association with Brahmabandhav Upadhyay. Co-editor of the monthly Sophia in 1894.

Primary 
  • "Followers of the Light." The Light of the East (Oct. 1925) 5-8.
  • "How I Found Christ." The Light of the East (Jun. 1935) 101-2. [Doyle 119.]
  • "What I Found in the Church." The Light of the East (Mar. 1937) 48-50.
  • "Appeal of Catholicism to India." Light of the East (Jan 1939) 4-7; (Feb. 1939) 25-27; (Mar. 1939) 49-52.
  • "Whom Should We Love?" Light of the East (Jul 1940) 106-7. [Also Doyle 121.]
  • The Blade: The Life and Work of Brahmabandhab Upadhyay. Calcutta: Roy & Son, n.d. [Robin Boyd, in An Introduction to Indian Christian Theology (Delhi: ISPCK, 2000) 63, suggests a publication date of 1947.]
  • "Parmananda Mewaram." The Light of the East (Jun. 1939) 108-110; (Jul. 1939) 129-132; (Aug. 1930) 148-151; (Sep. 1939) 171-174; (Oct. 1939) 189-193; (Nov. 1939) 210-214; (Dec. 1939) 228-233.
  • Paramanand Mewaram. The Light of the East Series, no. 29. Ranchi: Catholic Press. 
  • Whom Should We Love? The Light of the East Series, no. 34. Ranchi: Catholic Press, 1940.
Secondary

  • Turmes, P. A Teacher of Genius: B. Animananda. Calcutta: Xavier Publications, 1963. 




Thursday, 20 January 2011

Joseph Bayart, SJ


Primary bibliography
  • The Hindu Trimurti and Saccidananda versus the Mystery of the Holy Trinity. Unpublished MS in India Academy Papers 1932, St Mary's Seminary, Kurseong, pp. 109-153. [See Baago 37.]
  • "Le triple visage du divin dans l'Hindouisme." Nouvelle Revue Theologique (mars 1933).

Michael Ledrus, SJ


  • "Bhasya-agama-advaita-drstanta: An illustration of Catholic Advaita." Light of the East 10 (Dec. 1931).
  • "Apavada in Catholic Advaita." Light of the East 10 (June 1932).
  • "The Pratijna in Catholic Advaita." Light of the East 10 (Aug 1932).
  • "L'Absolu Brahmanique." Gregorianum (1932) 261-272.
  • "Tattvamasi." The Light of the East (Dec. 1932) 25-30.
  • "Chronique de philosophie orientale." Revue Neo-scolastique de Philosophie 35 (aout 1933) 426-458.
  • "The Eternal Brahmanhood." The New Review [Calcutta] 2 (1935) 72-78.
  • "Themes et tendances de la philosophie indienne." Gregorianum fasc. I (1942) 7-34.
  • "De Recursu ad Deum apud ethnicos Indiae specimina classica." Studia Missionalia 2 (1946) 55-71.
  • 'Cursus de Philosophia Samkhyana.' Unpublished.

[Most of the above from R. De Smet, Bibliography, 'The Theological Method of Samkara,' Doctoral Dissertation, Rome: Pontifical Gregorian University, 1953 (unpublished) 366-7.]

Sunday, 16 January 2011

De Smet material

For the record:

- I have asked at the JDV Registrar's Office for copies of De Smet's Latin notes (Metaphysica Generalis, etc.); they told me they had disposed of all matter from the pre-Vatican days, because there was simply too much junk accumulating.

- The bound typescripts of De Smet's articles (4 or 5 volumes) reserved in the JDV Library, which Banzelao Teixeira had found, and of which he had made copies (which I have in my possession), seem to have disappeared. When I went to check them last year, they were not to be found. The Librarian and his assistants did not know what had happened to them.

- It is just possible that some of De Smet's students might have retained the Latin notes. Asking around for them, last year at Boston Charles O. Oduke, SJ, a student of F.X. Clooney's, put me in touch with Antonio de Nicolas, the brother of the current Jesuit General. He had been a student of De Smet's in Pune, but he told me he did not have copies of the notes. (De Nicolas is Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at SUNY, Stonybrook. His book Habits of the Mind is dedicated to De Smet.)