Communio: International Catholic Review
Communio is at the centre of theological renewal in 'creative fidelity' to the Church. It stands for the advancement of theology in continuity with Vatican II, for the continuing dialogue of all believers of past and present 'as if all were simultaneously in the circle'. Part of the purpose of Communio has been to try to overcome the polarization between 'modernists' and 'traditionalists' in the Church, by offering a central forum where there may be both reconciliation and creativity. But Communio is more than just a theological journal. It helps bridge the gap between faith and culture. It covers topics from catechesis and education to economics and society, from Eastern Christianity to biblical exegesis, from eschatology to gender, from religious communities to the dialogue with science, from Thomism to Tolkien.
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