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Responses to 101 Questions on Vatican II.  Maureen Sullivan. 2nd print 2010. Pauline Press, India. 134 pages
A Brief History of Vatican II. Giuseppe Alberigo. 2007. Bangalore. 141 pages
Receiving the Council: Theological and Canonical Insights and Debates. Ladislas Orsy, SJ.2009. Liturgical Press, Minnesota. 161 pages
Hope in an Age of Despair. Albert Nolan, OP. 2010. Orbis Books. 178 pages
True and False Reform in the Church. Yves Congar, OP. 2011. Liturgical Press. 377 pages
Following Christ in a Consumer Society. John F Kavanaugh, SJ. 2006. Orbis Books. 240 pages
Confronting Power and Sex in the Catholic Church: Reclaiming the spirit of Jesus. Bishop Geoffrey Robinson. 2007. The Columba Press. 307 pages
Quest for the Living God: Mapping frontiers in the Theology of God. Elizabeth A Johnson, CSJ. 2007. Continuum International Publishing Group. 234 pages
Truly Our Sister: A Theology of Mary in the Communion of Saints. Elizabeth A Johnson, CSJ. 2006. Continuum International Publishing Group. 379 pages
Jesus Today: A Spirituality of Radical Freedom. Albert Nolan, OP. 2006 Double Storey Books. 220 pages
Who on Earth was Jesus: The modern quest for the Jesus of history. David Boulton. 2008. O Books. 419 pages
Meeting Jesus again for the first time: The historical Jesus and the heart of contemporary faith. Marcus J Borg. 1995 (Paperback). Harper Collins. 150 pages
Jesus: Uncovering the life, teachings and relevance of a religious revolutionary. Marcus J Borg. 2008 (Paperback). Harper Collins. 343 pages 
The First Christmas: What the Gospels really teach about Jesus’ birth. Marcus J Borg and John Dominic Crossan. 2008. Harper Collins. 255 pages
The Last Week: What the Gospels really teach about Jesus’ final days in Jerusalem. Marcus J Borg and John Dominic Crossan. 2008. Harper Collins. 238 pages
The Historical Jesus: The Life of a Mediterranean Jewish Peasant. John Dominic Crossan. 1991. Harper Collins. 507 pages

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