Answered By: Michael Cullen
Last Updated: Sep 11, 2017     Views: 645

There is an example of how to reference conciliar documents from the Second Vatican Council under the Chicago Manual of Style 'notes and bibliography' style (resembles Turabian) in the University Library's introductory Referencing Guide. Specifically, its following section :  

http://library.nd.edu.au/referencing/chicago/religious

This example is also reproduced here, for your convenience :

                           

  • First footnote citation

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    Second and subsequent footnote citations

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    Bibliography Example

 

You also have online access to the complete Chicago Manual of Style, including chapter 14 with examples involving difference information resource types (see the alphabetic eResources list in the Library homepage).