The international review Divinitas, stalwart bastion of Thomistic theology, is back!
Since 1954 this renown review had been a sure beacon illuminating the troubled times of the second half of the 20th century. With a brief hiatus, it is now resuming its regular publications, working once again to provide an anchor and a light in these troubled times by deepening our understanding of the faith, fides quaerens intellectum.
Faithful to its heritage, Divinitas only publishes authors of quality: philosophers, theologians, and canon lawyers in the erudite world of Philosophia and Theologia Perennis; producing articles of relevance, and giving profound answers to the problems of modern day thought.
Since its resurgence, Divinitas has edited new publications on the theme of the Catholic Priesthood and another on the theme of Thomism as such, containing articles from such erudite and important authors as His Eminence Raymond Cardinal Burke, His Eminence Gerhard Cardinal Müller, and Monseigneur Gilles Wach, to name a few; thoroughly treating such important and relevant subjects as priestly celibacy, the synodal process in Germany and the Amazonian Synod, the canonical norms for the life of priests, concelebration, the potestas iurisdictionis of the priesthood, the problem of evil, different understandings of natural law etc…
One could call this a truly catholic review, in the etymological sense of universalis, because its authors come from all over the world and from diverse catholic backgrounds. This provides a large cultural formation, unique to the review Divinitas. This large prospective plunges the reader into the reality of the Church’s unity alongside its rich cultural diversities.
Its origins are noble. Divinitas was founded in 1954 by Monsignor Antonio Piolanti, rector of the Pontifical Lateran University and advisor to the Roman Curia and continued by Msgr. Brunero Gherardini member of the Pontifical Academy of Theology and head of the Pontifical Academy of St. Thomas Aquinas. Today the review is directed by Msgr. Prof DDr. Michael Schmitz, Vicar General of the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest.
No more superficial attempts to answer the worlds ideological challenges. This journal provides answers that are as precise as they are deep. The church needs now more than ever, erudite theologians, bastions of orthodoxy against the tides of error and confusion of modernity.
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