Sapientiana journal



Imre Gérecz OSB: The Third Sacrament? An Analysis of the Laying On of Hands in John Calvin’s Theology
Mátyás Szalay: Phenomenological/Philosophical Analyses of “Giving a Testimony”
Pál Ottó Harsányi OFM: Common Roots of the Care of Creation and Family Ethics. First Part.)
Judit Szabóné Kármán: The Catholic Church and the Gypsies. Some details concerning their common history in Hungary from the 15th century up to the present
Izsák Baán OSB: A Desert Father in Gaul? The Rule of Saint Macarius


T. László Simon OSB: So That We May Not Be Outwitted by Satan. Some Observations Concerning Two Biblical Enigmas
Pietro Kaswalder OFM: The Sanctuary “at the City Gate”
A. Angelika Schnider OP: Hellenistic Sources of Eulogium of Wisdom (Wis 7:22–8:1)
Jakab Várnai OFM: “We Were All Born in Jerusalem.” A Short Theological Tribute to Pierbattista Pizzaballa
Miklós Tihanyi: The Role of the Different Churches in Penalty Enforcement
Luigi Gioia OSB: Benedictine Monasticism: An Ecclesial Spirituality

Sapientiana 2016/2

György Kustár: Marcel Jousse and Jesus. An Attempt to Outline a Metaphysics of Mimesis
Jakab Várnai OFM: The Social Mission of Theology
Zoltán-József Bara: The Unity of the Church
Gergely Bakos OSB: Infinity and New Phenomenology. In Dialogue with László Tengelyi and Nicholas of Cusa
Gergely Tóth: Human Economy or Christian Economics?

Ádám Somorjai OSB: Hungarian Religious Historians of Church and Religious Orders After 1939 

Sapientiana 2016/1

Ágoston Bagyinszki OFM – Lukács Mészáros: Is the Evolution Principle of the Sciences Compatible with the Idea of Ontological Hierarchy?
Paul Richard Blum: On the Historicity of Philosophical Thought
Anna Hegedűs: On the Idea of Action in Agostino Gemelli’s Il Francescanesimo
Carlos María Galli: Argentinian Ecclesiology and the Renewal of the Church
László Bernát Veszprémy JR.: István Zadravecz and the Holocaust
Izsák Baán OSB: The Second Rule of the Fathers

Sapientiana 2015/2

De Rossi Raja SDB: What is the Lord Like as Shepherd? Psalm 23 (22)
Gábriel Szoliva OFM: The Publishing Activity of Archbishop Miklós Oláh (1493-1568) and the Catholic Renewal
Gergely Bakos OSB: How to Think the Otherness of Medieval Thought?
István Pákozdi: Cardinal Eduardo Francesco Pironio: The Cardinal of Youth
Antal Hámori: Pregnant Employees, the Virtue of Truth-telling and the Prohibition of Lying
Tibor Bartók SJ: The Influence of General Claudio Acquaviva on the Identity of the Jesuit Order

Sapientiana 2015/1

Peregrin Kálmán OFM: The Institutional Rescuing of Persecuted Jews in 1944–1945 in the Saint John of Capistrano Hungarian Franciscan Province
Zsuzsanna Mariann Lengyel: On the Violation of Frontiers (Transgression) – Philosophy and Theology in Heidegger’s Thought
Beáta Tóth: Problems of the Place of Love
José Jaime Brosel Gavila: Current Trends in the Renewal of Pilgrimages
Izsák Baán OSB: A Peculiar Text from the Cradle of Western Monasticism: The Rule of the Four Fathers (Regula quattuor patrum)

Sapientiana 2014/2

László Lukács SchP: The Political Dimensions of Christian Freedom in the Light of Liberation Theology
Pál Ottó Harsányi OFM: The Analogy between the Trinity and the Family
Miklós Papp: The Theological and Practical Approach of the Orthodox Churces Towards the Issue of Remarriage
Mária Šmidová: Early Intervention as a Challenge for the Church in Supporting Families with Disabled Children
István Pákozdi: Therese Neumann, a Twentieth Century Mistic
Ádám Somorjai OSB: From the Records of Gellért Békés OSB

Sapientiana 2014/1

László Lukács SchP: Current Theological Perspectives of the Final Fulfilment in the Light of Joseph Ratzinger’s Escatology
Tibor Görföl: Postsecular Society? Public Religion in Jürgen Habermas’s Thought
Csaba László Gáspár: Meal and Religious Exprerience
Korcsok Edit Hetesiné: The Psychological Role of Games In Moral Education
Lóránd Ujházi: Marriage Restraints int he Operative Law of the Catholic Church
Hedvig Deák OP: The Order of the Evangelical Counsels and Its Reason

Sapientiana 2013/2

Faith and New Evangelization
Csaba Török: Culture and New Evangelization
Tibor Görföl: Exemplum fidei? The Christological and Trinitarian Foundations of Faithin Hans Urs von Balthasar
József Válóczy: The Challenge of a Postmodern Concept of Time for Christianity
Márta Hantos-Varga: Interdisciplinary Aspects of Interpreting Catholic Political Actions
Dorotheos Of Gaza: On Renouncement
Rowan Williams: Address to the Synod of Bishops (2012)

Sapientiana 2013/1

Jakab Várnai OFM: Dei Verbum in the Light of Verbum Domini
László Lukács SchP: Joseph Ratzinger and the Ecclesiology of Vatican II
Tamás Hankovszky: Culture as the Expression of Faith
Gergely Bakos OSB: The Turn of Metaphysics or Metaphysics of the Turn? On Béla Weissmahr’s Ontology
Karl Rahner SJ: Why Does God Allow Us to Suffer?
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