Forty years of service, 1941-1981: Province of Our Mother of Good Counsel of the Augustinian Order. [Edited by Karl Gersbach.] Olympia Fields, Illinois: Tolentine Center, 1981.
"The Books and Personal Effects of Young Onofrio Panvinio, OSA, in Vat. Lat. 7205." Analecta Augustiniana, 52 (1989), 51-76.
"Onofrio Panvinio's De comitiis Imperatoriis and its Successive Revisions: Biographical Background and Manuscripts." Analecta Augustiniana, 53 (1990), 410-452.
"Onofrio Panvinio and Cybo Family Pride in his Treatment of Innocent VIII and in the XXVII Pontificum Maximorum Elogia et Imagines." Analecta Augustiniana, 54 (1991), 117-141.
"A History of Biblioteca Angelica Latin Manuscript 64: Onofrio Panvinio's Antiquitatum Veronensium Libri VIII." Analecta Augustiniana, 55 (1992), 207-220.
"A Letter of Ambrogio of Verona, O.S.A." Augustiniana, 42 (1992), 207-212.
"Onofrio Panvinio's Brother, Paolo, and his Role in the Posthumous Edition of the De Primatu Petri et Apostolicae Sedis Potestate and the Purchase of Onofrio's Manuscripts for the Vatican Library." Analecta Augustiniana, 56 (1993), 241-64.
"Foreword" and "Introduction" in The Life of the Brethren by Jordan of Saxony, translated by Gerard Deighan. Villanova, PA: Augustinian Press, 1993.
"Giuseppe Panfilo, OSA, Papal Sacristan and Bishop of Segni: Biography, Literary Activity, and Relationship to Onofrio Panvinio, OSA." Analecta Augustiniana 58 (1995), 45-83.
"In Memoriam: Arthur J. Ennis, O.S.A. 1922-1994." Proceedings of the PMR Conference 19-20 (1994-1996), v-x.
"Onofrio Panvinio, OSA, and his Florentine Correspondents Vincenzio Borghini, OSB, Pietro Vettori, Francesco de' Medici." Analecta Augustiniana 40 (1997), 207-80.
"A Disturbance at Sant'Agostino, Siena, January 1565," in Conventos Agustinos: X Congreso Internacional de Historia del la Orden de San Agustín (Madrid, 20-24 Oct. 1997). Rome: Institutum Historicum Augustinianum, 1998, 633-49.
"A Recalcitrant Editor of Giles of Rome, Jacobus of Siena, O.S.A." Augustiniana 49 (1999), 165-98.
"Foreword" in A Presence in an Age of Turmoil: English, Irish, and Scottish Augustinians in the Reformation and Counter-Reformation by Michael Benedict Hackett, O.S.A. Edited by Karl A. Gersbach, O.S.A. Villanova, Penn: Augustinian Historical Institute, 2001.
"Fray Julián Lezcano, O.S.A., Member of the Cabrillo Expedition along the California Coast 1542-1543." Analecta Augustiniana 45 (2002), 71-90.
New Catholic Encyclopedia. 2nd Edition. Detroit: Thomson/Gale ; Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of America, 2003.
"Augustinian Nuns and Sisters" 1:871-73.
"Clare of Montefalco, St." 3:760-61.
"Nicholas of Tolentino, St." 10:376-79.
"Panvinio, Onofrio" 10:828-29.
"Sermon of Andrea Biglia, OSA, to the General Chapter of Bologna, 1425: De Disciplina Ordinis Ammonitio." Analecta Augustiniana 47 (2004), 5-51. [Co-authored with Joseph C. Schnaubelt, OSA].
"Il poema epico di fra Battista Mantovano in onore di San Nicola da Tolentino," in Sanctità e società civile nel Medioevo: esperienze storiche della santità agostiniana. Tolentino: Biblioteca Egidiana, 2005, 165-73.
"The Historical and Literary Context of Fasting and Abstinence in the Life of St. Nicholas of Tolentino (+1305)." Augustiniana 55 (2005), 247-96.
Proceedings of the PMR Conference
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