The English edition of Nova et Vetera is published quarterly and provides an international forum for theological and philosophical studies from a Thomistic perspective. The journal strives to follow the culturally engaged, ecclesial, broadly Thomistic, and dialogical perspective of the founder of the Swiss Nova et Vetera, Charles Journet. Journet worked at the intersection of theology, philosophy, and biblical studies, and we seek to do the same.
Nova et Vetera, Summer 2012 (Vol. 10, No. 3)
Mass Commemorating the 150th Anniversary of the Death of Father Henri-Dominique Lacordaire, O.P.: Homily Preached on 2 October 2011 – Guy Bedouelle, O.P.
Same-Sex Marriage? A View from across the Atlantic – John Haldane.
Necessary, Fitting, or Possible: The Shape of Scholastic Christology – Corey L. Barnes
Aquinas as Interpreter of Augustinian Illumination in Light of Albertus Magnus – Bernhard Blankenhorn, O.P.
The Diagonal and the Cross: Faith as a Source of Wonder – Stephen L. Brock
The Existence of God: Can it be Demonstrated? – Lawrence Dewan, O.P.
A Philosopher for our Time: Aquinas and Critical Reason – Fiona Lynch
How to Read a Sermon by Thomas Aquinas – Randall B. Smith
The Causality of the Unmoved Mover in Thomas Aquinas’s Commentary on Metaphysics XII – Stephen L. Brock
On Professor Berti’s Interpretation of the Causality of the First Unmoved Mover – Kevin L. Flannery, S.J.
The Finality of Aristotle’s Unmoved Mover in the Metaphysics Book 12, Chapters 7 and 10 – Enrico Berti
Perfecting Human Actions: St. Thomas Aquinas on Human Participation in Eternal Law by John Rziha – Romanus Cessario, O.P. & Aquinas Guilbeau, O.P.
Divine Impassibility and the Mystery of Human Suffering edited by James F. Keating and Thomas Joseph White, O.P. – Holly Taylor Coolman
A Companion to the Catholic Enlightenment in Europe edited by Ulrich Lehner and Michael Printy – Trent Pomplun
What Is Dogma? by Charles Cardinal Journet, translated by Mark Pontifex, O.S.B. – Matthew Ramage
A Cosmopolitan Hermit: Modernity and Tradition in the Philosophy of Josef Pieper edited by Bernard N. Schumacher – Craig Steven Titus