Following the appearance of vol. 31 (covering Le Couëdic - Licayrac), Brepols took over the publication of this encyclopedia and adopted a new strategy. Henceforth, future fascicles, instead of adhering to an alphabetical sequence may include articles revised from the earlier A - L volumes, new articles between A - L not previously included, and articles from M - Z. See Kepple, Reference Works, p. 132 (BA13); Johnston, Recent Reference Books, p.163f.
Available in print and online (some articles are missing from the online version; mouse over the "Kirchen-lexikon Online" button and click on "Zugang für Bibliotheken" at the link above). "The ultimate who's who of Christianity assembles overwhelming bibliographies in an up-to-date format." (Johnston, Recent Reference Books, p. 80). See also Kepple, Reference Works, p. 132 (BA14).
The third edition of the classic German Catholic theological encyclopedia. See Johnston, Reference Books, pp. 158-159.
See Kepple, Reference Works, p. 13 (C12); Johnston, Recent Reference Books, p. 74. Useful for its lengthy articles on persons and themes and excellent bibliographies.
A new edition of the standard one-volume reference work for church history. For information on the second edition, see Kepple, Reference Works, p. 131 (BA8); Johnston, Recent Reference Books, p. 72f.
See Johnston, Recent Reference Books, p. 163; McCabe, Critical Guide, p. 92f. (B185).