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The journal was launched in 1920 as a monthly review called Blackfriars: A Monthly Review Edited by the English Dominicans; for a period it also contained The Catholic Review, which, together with the Hawkesyard Review, Blackfriars superseded. It was published under its original name until 1965, when it was renamed New Blackfriars.
- New Blackfriars, wiley.com
- Lammers, Ann Conrad (1994). In God's Shadow: The Collaboration of Victor White and C.G. Jung. Paulist Press. p. 268. ISBN 9780809134892.
- Sullivan, Alvin (1986). British Literary Magazines: The modern age, 1914-1984. London: Greenwood Press. p. 53.
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