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  1. Costigane, Helen (2009) Why excommunication? Thinking Faith, 20 Mar. [Journal Article]
  2. Costigane, Helen (2009) Catholic Education. Law & Justice: The Christian Law Review, 163, pp. 103-109. [Journal Article]
  3. Costigane, Helen (2013) La partecipazione delle donne nelle strutture della Chiesa: uno sguardo anglosassone a cinquant’anni dal Vaticano II. Aggiornamenti Sociali, 64 (3), pp. 229-239. [Journal Article]
  4. Costigane, Helen (1999) A History of the Western Idea of Conscience. In: Hoose, Jayne, (ed.) Conscience in World Religions. Leominster: Gracewing, pp. 3-20. [Book section]
  5. Costigane, Helen (2014) The Preliminary Investigation (Canon 1717). Due Process, Law and Love, 5, pp. 3-4. [Journal Article]
  6. Costigane, Helen (2017) The Catholic Church and Natural Law. In: Doe, Norman, (ed.) Christianity and Natural Law. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Book section] (Forthcoming)
  7. Costigane, Helen (2013) A Protected Rite? America, 209 (4), p. 15. [Journal Article]
  8. Costigane, Helen (2013) Church Governance. In: Cox, John, (ed.) Faith Matters: A Comprehensive Introduction to Christianity and Christian Faith. Stowmarket, Suffolk: Kevin Mayhew, pp. 290-305. [Book section]
  9. Costigane, Helen (2017) Canon Law and the Sensus Fidelium: Sense and Sensitivity. New Blackfriars. [Journal Article] (Forthcoming)
  10. Costigane, Helen (2012) [Various contributions]. In: Cox, John, (ed.) Facing the Issues: A Christian Approach to Moral Dilemmas, Social Concerns, Relationships. Stowmarket, Suffolk: Kevin Mayhew. [Book section]