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  • ISSN: 0360-9669 (Print), 2050-8557 (Online)
  • Editors: Elena G. Procario-Foley Iona College, USA , Gerald J. Beyer Villanova University, USA , Christopher Denny St John’s University, USA , Colleen Carpenter St. Catherine University, St Paul, MN, USA and Christopher McMahon Saint Vincent College, Latrobe, PA, USA
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Horizons publishes award-winning peer-reviewed articles, roundtables, and book reviews across a wide range of topics in theology and religious studies. While rooted in a commitment to the long and deep Catholic tradition of "faith seeking understanding," that commitment also welcomes all original scholarship in theology and religious studies that contributes to its basic constructive focus. It is unique in content with its ecumenical view, wide range of methods and topics, and insightful analysis of belief interacting with culture. Horizons publishes work by college and university professors with both active research profiles and teaching experience.

Religious studies blog

  • “O Sweet Cautery”: John of the Cross and the Healing of the Natural World”
  • 20 January 2017, Marcus Hinds
  • “O Sweet Cautery”: John of the Cross and the Healing of the Natural World” Mary Frohlich, RSCJ, Catholic Theological Union at Chicago In “The Living Flame of Love,” John of the Cross began to use the image of “cautery” to express the paradox of one act that both grievously wounds and radically heals.…...
  • Jesus and the World of Grace, 1968–2016: An Idiosyncratic Theological Memoir
  • 19 January 2017, Marcus Hinds
  • “Jesus and the World of Grace, 1968–2016: An Idiosyncratic Theological Memoir” William L. Portier, University of Dayton, CTS president Looking back at the last five decades of my development as a theologian, I offer an impressionistic look at Catholic theology in the United States.…...