CURRENT ISSUE :
Vol. LIV - No. 161 : January-April 2019
Refiguring the Ecclesiology of the Second Plenary Council of the Philippines for Filipino Catholics
Allan A. Basas
The Second Plenary Counicl of the Philippines (PCP II) expresses one of the hopes and memories of Vatican II, which is to witness the emergence of world Church or the realization of the Church in a given place, time, and people. Guided by the query, “How do we live as ... Read More
Keywords : Ecclesiology, PCP II, Discipleship in Community, Contextual Theologies, Creative Imagination, Culture, Bayanihan, Kapwa
Missionary Literature in 1890: The Writings of Father Campa, O.P.
When Spain was on the verge of losing its last colonies, the Dominicans were still carrying out very actively their missionary work in Central and Northern Luzon and trying to preach the Gospel to isolated ethnic groups reluctant to be resettled down in newly formed Christian villages. This paper presents ... Read More
Keywords : XIXth Century Philippines, Buenaventura Campa, O.P., Missionary Literature, Mayoyao, Ilongots
No Walls, No Ceilings, No Floors: Nanotechnology and Some Implications for Education
Marciana Agnes G. Ponsaran
Nanotechnology is an enabling technology that is poised to create a huge impact in the various spheres of human concerns such as the geopolitical, business, education, legal, military, environment, health, and medical domains. With its rapid and inevitable development, it becomes imperative not only to deliberate on its ethical and ... Read More
Keywords : nanotechnology, education, interdisciplinarity, uncertainty and risks, foundational issues
Doing Interfaith Dialogue for Peace in a Globalizing World
Delfo Canceran, OP
This paper tackles the problematic relationship between religion and violence. Religion is ambivalent in relation to peace and violence. Nonetheless, as peace advocates, we need to use the potential resources of religion as a way of advancing peace in a violent world. Interfaith dialogue is a tedious task not only ... Read More
Keywords : Globalization, Peace, Peacebuilding, Religion, Western Hegemony, Religious Violence
A Visual Documentation of Fil-Hispanic Churches Part XX: The Churches of Lallo and Tocolana in Cagayan (PHILIPPINIANA RECORDS)
Regalado Trota José
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Fifth Centennial of Philippine Christianization 2021 (Quincentenario 1521-2021)
As a contribution to the celebration of the Quincentenario (1521-2021) of the Philippine Church, the Philippiniana Sacra announces a Call ... Read More