Domuni University has a large bibliographic collection in different languages. More than 500 texts are available online (articles, lectures, conferences, homilies, unpublished works) either to purchase or with open access. They are grouped and categorized in around twenty themes ranging from the history of the dominican order to fundamental theological issues, and include the fields of science and spirituality.
Dominican Ashram is a quarterly review devoted to Dominican mission and life, history, spirituality, new ventures and other interesting apostolic endeavours carried out by Dominican men and women in different parts of the world. It appears in March, June, September and December.
The Dominican Sisters at the United Nations discuss Sustainable Development Goal 5: Women's Empowerment and Gender Equality.
This first volume of JOCAP is based on "Philosophy, Identity and Liberation" and its objective is very simple. It solicits and seeks to publish quality research on contemporary African philosophy.
Communion and otherness in John Zizioulas' theology of personhood as basis for true otherness, identity and unity
John Zizioulas to be «one of the most original and profound theologians of our epoch» because of his «penetrating and coherent reading of the tradition of the Greek Fathers». Zizioulas indeed is arguably the most internationally renowned, gifted and influen- tial Orthodox theologians of the contemporary Orthodox Church widely recogni- zed, even by Pope Francis, as one of the most creative and influential academics of recent times.
The article is published in the magazine Sophia 2019/2. Click and read the article from Jesmond Micallef.
Congregatio pro clerics - The congregation of the clerics
The journal Telos is launching a Call for Papers as part of its "African Philosophy" project. This digital journal aims to be transdiciplinary, transcultural and share participants’ written works.
Ahead of the world première presentation of the Tapestry of Light at Brussels Cathedral, Irene Barberis introduces her monumental work. www.cathedralisbruxellensis.be
The Dominican Sisters of Saint Catherine of Sienna return to what's left of their homes in Qaraqosh, Iraq.
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