|←Author Index: Be||Benedict XV
|Pope Pius X (1903–14)Pope from September 3, 1914 to January 22, 1922; he succeeded|
|No.||Title (Latin)||Title English translation)||Subject||Date|
|1.||Ad Beatissimi Apostolorum||Appealing For Peace||1 November 1914|
|2.||Humani Generis Redemptionem||On Preaching the Word of God||15 June 1917|
|3.||Quod Iam Diu||On the Future Peace Conference||1 December 1918|
|4.||In Hac Tanta||On St. Boniface||14 May 1919|
|5.||Paterno Iam Diu||On the Children of Central Europe||24 November 1919|
|6.||Pacem, Dei Munus Pulcherrimum||On Peace and Christian Reconciliation||23 May 1920|
|7.||Spiritus Paraclitus||On St. Jerome||15 September 1920|
|8.||Principi Apostolorum Petro||On St. Ephram the Syrian||5 October 1920|
|9.||Annus Iam Plenus||On Children in Central Europe||1 December 1920|
|10.||Sacra Propediem||On the Third Order of St. Francis||6 January 1921|
|11.||In Praeclara Summorum||On Dante||30 April 1921|
|12.||Fausto Appetente Die||On St. Dominic||29 June 1921|
- Bonum sane (1920)
Works about Benedict XVEdit
- "Pope Benedict XV," in The New Student's Reference Work, Chicago: F.E. Compton and Co. (1914)
- New York newspaper with the front-page headline "Pope Benedict XV is dead", followed by a later edition headlined "Pope has remarkable recovery."
- Peters, Walter H. The Life of Benedict XV. 1959. Milwaukee: The Bruce Publishing Company.
- Daughters of St. Paul. "Popes of the Twentieth Century". 1983. Pauline Books and Media
- Pollard, John F. "The Unknown Pope". 1999. London: Geoffrey Chapman
- de Dreuzy, Agnes The Holy See and the Emergence of the Modern Middle East:Benedict XV's Diplomacy in Greater Syria (1914-1922) 2016. Washington D.C.: The Catholic University of America Press, 2016.