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Note to Contributors
Note to Contributors

1. Presentation of Manuscripts

2200 characters (including spaces) per page, corresponding to one page of the Review.

Electronic version, submitted by e-mail attachment in Word format.

Footnotes should be numbered consecutively throughout the article.

An abstract of 10 lines

A picture of the author.

Authors will receive an acknowledgement upon reception of their submission, and five offprints upon its publication.

Please address manuscripts by e-mail to: oblatio@omioblatio.org

2. Bibliographical references

Use the abbreviation of the First Name and the full Last Name of an author for the first reference, in small capitals.

Use the full title of the book or article for the first reference, both title and subtitle italicized.

In subsequent notes use only the Last Name followed by an abbreviated title and page number(s). Do not use ibid., op. cit., loc. cit., or ff..

Books

Abbreviation First Name and Middle name. Last Name, Title: Subtitle of Book, Place of publication, Publisher, date, page number(s).

Samples:

F. Santucci, Eugene de Mazenod: Co-operator of Christ the Saviour, Communicates his Spirit, Rome, Association for Oblate Studies and Research, 2004, p. 245.

[subsequent footnote:] Santucci, Eugene de Mazenod, p. 134-135.

Articles in Periodicals

Abbreviation First name. Last Name, Title: Subtitle, “Journal” volume (year) page number(s).

D. Schlitt, Notre-Dame-du-Cap Oblate Province Orientations and the Mission of Saint Paul University: Coherence and Compatibility, “Vie Oblate Life” 64 (2005), p. 109-116.

Articles in Collective books and Festschriften

First name. Last Name, Title of contribution, in First Name. Last Name (ed.), Title: Subtitle, Publisher, Place of publication, date, page(s).

M. Dumais, Our Oblate Mission Today, in O. B. Firth (ed.), Trailblazing Evangelization in the 21st Century: Challenges to Oblate Mission Today, Colombo, Centre for Society & Religion (CSR), Rome, Mission Committee OMI General Administration, [2010], p. 45.

Quotation of principle Oblate writings

Periodicals:

1. “Acta Administrationis Generalis”

2. Administrative Circulars of the Superiors General”

3. “Agence Romaine des Missionnaires Oblats de Marie Immaculée”

4. Documentation OMI”

5. Études Oblates”

6. InformationOMI”

7. Missions de la Congrégation des Missionnaires Oblats de Marie Immaculée

8. Oblatio”

9. Vie Oblate Life”

Samples:

1. Plenary Session, Rome – January 14 to February 8, 2000, “Acta Administrationis Generalis” 25 (2002) p. 47.

2. The Marian Year and the Oblates of Mary Immaculate, Circular 202, November 1st, 1953, “Administrative Circulars of the Superiors General” 6 (1953-1960), p. 80-81.

3. Le monde catholique au pied du Saint Père, “Agence Romaine des Missionnaires Oblats de Marie Immaculée” 22 (1 mars 1949) p. 34.

4. A. Kedl, Formation in Communications, “Documentation OMI” 29/1971, p. 5-14.

5. É. Lamirande, La mort et la résurrection du Christ et leur célébration liturgique. Textes de Mgr de Mazenod, Études Oblates” 19 (1960), p. 3-22.

6. InformationOMI 151/1979, p. 5.

7. Le Chapitre général de 1879, Missions de la Congrégation des Missionnaires Oblats de Marie Immaculée 17 (1879), p. 277-310.

8. W. Brown, The Association of Oblate Institutes of Higher Learning, “Oblatio” 1 (2012), p. 81-94.

9. G. Mammana, La place de l'Église dans l'évangélisation selon Eugène de Mazenod, Vie Oblate Life” 48 (1989), p. 89-102.

Books:

1. Dictionary of Oblate Values, Rome, AOSR, 2000.

In the second quote: Dictionary of Oblate Values, p.

2. Historical Dictionary of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate, I, Rome, AOSR, 2008; II; 2009.

In the second quote: Historical Dictionary of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate, I, p.

3. J. Leflon, Eugene de Mazenod: Bishop of Marseilles, Founder of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate, 1782-1861, I, New York, Fordham University Press, 1961; II, 1966; III, 1968; IV, 1970.

In the second quote: Leflon, Eugene de Mazenod, I, p.

4. T. Rambert, Vie de Monseigneur Charles-Joseph-Eugène de Mazenod, évêque de Marseille, fondateur de la Congrégation des Missionnaires Oblats de Marie Immaculée, Tours, Mame, 1883.

In the second quote: Rambert, Vie de Monseigneur Charles-Joseph-Eugène de Mazenod, II, p.

5. A. Rey, Histoire de Monseigneur Charles-Joseph-Eugène de Mazenod, évêque de Marseille, fondateur de la Congrégation des Missionnaires Oblats de Marie Immaculée, I, Rome, Maison Générale, 1928; II, Marseilles, Imprimerie Marseillaise, 1928.

In the second quote: Rey, Histoire de Monseigneur Charles-Joseph-Eugène de Mazenod, I, p.

Samples:

1. R. Michel, Holy Spirit, in Dictionary of Oblate Values, Rome, AOSR, 2000, p. 402-430.

2. Y. Beaudoin, Good Hope, Northwest Territories, Canada, in Historical Dictionary of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate, II, Rome, AOSR, 2009, p. 254-255.

3. J. Leflon, Eugene de Mazenod: Bishop of Marseilles, Founder of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate, 1782-1861, IV, New York, Fordham University Press, 1970, p. 231.

4. T. Rambert, Vie de Monseigneur Charles-Joseph-Eugène de Mazenod, évêque de Marseille, fondateur de la Congrégation des Missionnaires Oblats de Marie Immaculée, II, Tours, Mame, 1883, p. 74-85.

5. A. Rey, Histoire de Monseigneur Charles-Joseph-Eugène de Mazenod, évêque de Marseille, fondateur de la Congrégation des Missionnaires Oblats de Marie Immaculée, I, Rome, Maison Générale, 1928, p. 128-130.

A. Rey, Histoire de Monseigneur Charles-Joseph-Eugène de Mazenod, évêque de Marseille, fondateur de la Congrégation des Missionnaires Oblats de Marie Immaculée, II, Marseilles, Imprimerie Marseillaise, 1928, p. 324-327.

Collections:

1. Oblate Writings, I, [n. vol., p.].

2. Oblate Writings, II, [n. vol., p.].

Samples:

1. [To Fr. Pascal Richard at N. D. de Lumières] January 8, 1847, Oblate Writings, I, 1, p. 147.

2. Y. Beaudoin, François de Paule Henry Tempier: Second Father of the OMI, (1788-1870). Biography, Rome, 1991, Oblate Writings, II, 1, p. 95-102.

[To the Field Marchall, in Paris] January 8, 1826, Oblate Writings, II, 2, p. 81.