Augustine. The Confessions. Trans. Vernon J. Bourke. The Fathers of the Church vol. 21. New York: Fathers of the Church, 1953.
________. The Confessions. Trans. J. G. Pilkington. The Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers First Series vol. 1. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 1956.
________. The Confessions. Trans. F. J. Sheed. The Confessions of St. Augustine. New York: Sheed & Ward, 1943.
Bardy, Gustave. Saint Augustin. Paris: Desclee de Brouwer, 1946.
Du Roy, O. J.-B. "Augustine, St." New Catholic Encyclopedia vol. 1. 1967.
For an Internet site use the URL with the date used. Example:
Patriarchs of Antioch http://www.aaron.org/Patriarchate/patriarchs.htm 6/2/99 (Pagination for an website varies because of printers, so you do not need to reference the "page," which technically is the whole site.)
This model bibliography follows Turabian and MLA Style. All entries must be alphabetized. Note how the second and third entries are alphabetized according to the last name of the translator since the rest of the preceding information is exactly the same. The eight dashes followed by a period means the same author as directly above. If you were using two works done by Bardy the second entry would begin with eight dashes. Likewise, you must give the name of the author for the encyclopedia article you read. The name usually can be found at the bottom of the article. If it is abbreviated, check the front of the encyclopedia for a list of authors and their abbreviations, or ask the librarian for help.
I'm not going to be picky about the bibliographical format but this is to provide you with an easy reference for most types of works you shall cite. If you have any questions, just ask.
For the research paper you must utilize a minimum of three resources. You must use 1) (an) article(s) from the New Catholic Encyclopedia on your person and topic; and 2) a book either by your person or about your person and/or topic. For help finding this information come and see me, if you haven't had much luck. Or, as always, ask the librarians for assistance; that's their job and they're more than willing to help you.