in the Chicago 16 format. Use Citation Machine http://www.citationmachine.net/chicago for reference.
2. Cited articles must be factual reporting, not opinion journalism.
3. Rumors or hearsay do not constitute research.
4. Information from other high-ranking church officials, close employees of the cardinals, and accredited members of the press generally constitute credible sources.
5. Anonymous material, when reported by highly-credible sources, may go into the report, but it should go at the bottom of the section under the heading “anonymously sourced.”
6. “Theological Priorities” are not the same as the cardinal’s opinions.
A cardinal may believe a church teaching, for example, without making the transmission of that teaching a priority. a priority is something the cardinal has addressed in a larger project, such as a book, or a diocesan wide initiative, etc. Priorities also include when cardinals take clear positions in disputes or disagreements with each other.
7. All Research Submitted is anonymous.
8. Research will not be included in any report unless the sourcing is confirmedas properly sourced and meeting the standards stated above by two Academic reviewers with a knowledge of the field.