The College Library

The library is comprised of more than 5,000 volumes, including all basic works necessary for the course of instruction. More works are being constantly added.

It is the purpose of the library to archive rare and neglected works in the Anglican tradition for preservation and study, so that, as Richard Hooker wrote, "these things might not have passed by as in a dream."

The library is supplemented by theological works, both classic reprints and contemporary literature, offered by the American Church Union, the publishers for the Province of Christ the King.

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