The English edition of Nova et Vetera is published quarterly and provides an international forum for theological and philosophical studies from a Thomistic perspective.
Founded in 1926 by future Cardinal Charles Journet in association with Jacques Maritain, Nova et Vetera is published in related, distinct French and English editions. The English edition of Nova et Vetera welcomes articles and book reviews in theology, philosophy, and biblical studies that address central contemporary debates and discussions. We seek to be “at the heart of the Church,” faithful to the Magisterium and the teachings of the Second Vatican Council, and devoted to the work of true dialogue, both ecumenically and across intellectual disciplines.
We are in the process of moving the full Nova et Vetera archive to stpaulcenter.com. In the meantime, subscribers can still view old issues at archive.nvjournal.net.
Matthew Levering, Mundelein Seminary
Thomas Joseph White, O.P. Dominican House of Studies
- Holly Taylor Coolman, Providence College
- Gilles Emery,O.P., University of Fribourg
- Paul Gondreau, Providence College
- Scott Hahn, Franciscan University of Steubenville
- Thomas S. Hibbs, Baylor University
- Reinhard Hütter, Catholic University of America
- Christopher Malloy, University of Dallas
- Bruce D. Marshall, Southern Methodist University
- Charles Morerod, O.P., Bishop of Lausanne, Geneva, and Fribourg
- John O’Callaghan, University of Notre Dame
- Chad Pecknold, Catholic University of America
- Michael Sherwin, O.P., University of Fribourg
“Nova et Vetera is an outstanding resource for the renewal of theology in line with the New Evangelization, and unrivalled for the intellectual energy of its contributors and editors. I strongly encourage all Catholic seminaries and colleges to subscribe.”
— Archbishop Charles Chaput, O.F.M., Cap., Archbishop of Philadelphia
“In his encyclicals and addresses, Pope Benedict XVI has called for the integration of Catholic theology, philosophy, and biblical studies. In this task, Nova et Vetera shows the way forward for the twenty-first century."
— Sean Cardinal O'Malley, O.F.M., Cap., Archbishop of Boston
“Nova et Vetera is, quite simply, one of the most significant theological journals in the English-speaking world. I would warmly recommend it to anyone interested in the renewal of the Church’s intellectual life.”
— Bishop Robert Barron, Auxiliary Bishop of Los Angeles
“Nova et Vetera is the most important theological journal in the Anglosphere.”
— George Weigel, Ethics and Public Policy Center
“Nova et Vetera has emerged as the finest forum for systematic and moral theology. A must-read for scholars, graduate students, and seminarians.”
— Scott Hahn, Franciscan University and St. Vincent Seminary