Dominicana Journal: The Winter Issue Is Here!

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Dominicana Journal: The Winter Issue Is Here!

By | 2018-01-16T11:58:11+00:00 January 16, 2018|Culture, Theology|

The editors are pleased to announce that the newest issue of the print journal is now available online.

This issue of Dominicana takes as its theme the deep ties between food and the Catholic faith. Our feature articles cover a range of topics, from the place of genetically-modified crops in Catholic social teaching to St. Catherine of Siena’s comparison of the Trinity to a feast.

A number of pieces focus on the Eucharist in particular, including an original translation from a work by the French Dominican Fr. Pierre-Thomas Dehau on Jesus as the Bread of Life and a meditation on Eucharistic verses penned by St. Thomas Aquinas. The issue also contains original fiction, book reviews, and much more—all available to you online and in PDF with your subscription. All print subscriptions include online access to our archives as well.

The issue includes two free articles: a personal reflection on the role of true bread in the life of faith and an interview with the “Cooking Priest,” Fr. Leo Patalinghug.

Individuals may subscribe below. If you would like to purchase a subscription as a gift or for an educational institution, religious house, or campus ministry, please see our other subscription options.

Photo by Fr. Lawrence Lew, O.P.

One-Year Print Subscription ($16):
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This subscription also includes one year of digital access.


Two-Year Print Subscription ($32):
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This subscription also includes two years of digital access.


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Dominicana is published by the Dominican student brothers of the Province of Saint Joseph.