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The Catholic Biblical Quarterly is a refereed peer-reviewed theological journal published by the Catholic Biblical Association of America. It was established in 1939 and its circulation in 2010 was over 3,800.
This peer-reviewed journal summarizes the spectrum of recent research on particular topics or biblical books. Each article provides an inclusive treatment of its subject, without in most cases being exhaustive. Articles cover specific biblical books or clusters of books, ancillary ancient literature, archaeology, historical studies, as well as new and developing areas of study. Each article concludes with an extensive bibliography that provides a basic knowledge of significant articles and books on the topic being treated, and provides sufficient information to launch a thorough investigation of the topic.
The International Journal for Philosophy of Religion (IJPR) provides a medium for the exposition, development, and criticism of important philosophical insights and theories relevant to religion in any of its varied forms. It also provides a forum for critical, constructive, and interpretative consideration of religion from an objective philosophical point of view.
The Journal of Catholic Education (formerly Catholic Education: A Journal of Inquiry and Practice) is an open access journal representing Catholic colleges and universities, Catholic education leaders, and scholars from a variety of disciplines who are collectively committed to contributing research and encouraging best practice in Catholic elementary, secondary, and higher education by advancing the field of Catholic educational research.
The Journal of Pastoral Care & Counseling is a peer-reviewed journal that advances theory and professional practice through scholarly and reflective literature on pastoral and spiritual care, counseling, psychotherapy, education, and research.
The Journal of Pastoral Theology was established in 1990 by the Society for Pastoral Theology to: Further the understanding of pastoral theology as a theological discipline and to clarify the nature of the discipline; Maintain a view of pastoral theology as a constructive theology that emerges from the exercise of caring relationships, with attention both to present lived experience and to knowledge derived from the past;
Provide an intentional forum for the voices of diverse persons, women and men, of many cultural and ethnic backgrounds;
Foster multi-cultural understandings of issues in the discipline;
Promote and encourage multi-discipline and multi-cultural research in the field of pastoral theology; Provide resources for those who teach and those who study, through recording current research and assessing the relevant literature; Provide for the construction of sound theological principles for guidance and critique of practices of pastoral and spiritual care; and Work creatively, through synthesis and construction, to define the frontiers and parameters of the discipline.
Tackles important contemporary issues such as curriculum development; citizenship; health; social and moral education; managing behavior; school structure; whole school approaches to pastoral care as well as issues of care; school exclusion; bullying and emotional development.