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Pauline Books and Media

Pauline Books and Media is the mission and publishing house of the Daughters of St. Paul, an international congregation of women religious serving the Church through evangelization with the means of communication

www.review.humanitas.cl

During 1995, top management of the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile deemed it convenient to found a new publication which, born within the core of the university community and provided with the seal of Catholic thought, would project itself toward that community as well as to the general public opinion.In January 1996, the first issue of HUMANITAS, Christian Anthropological and Cultural Review, was published. Its purpose was expressed in its founding administrative decree: to be “a body of thought and study that seeks to reflect the concerns and teachings of the Pontifical Magisterium” (Rectory Decree 147/95, second version). According to Cardinal Paul Poupard, then President of the Pontifical Council for Culture, this magazine would be a “decisive contribution to the task of acculturating the faith and the evangelization of the culture in which the Church plays a critical role in current times,” as expressed in a letter addressed to the rector of the University. The many copies of HUMANITAS editions published since then, which circulate and are consulted in university, school and personal libraries – both in Chile and abroad – offer proof today of the opportunity for this initiative. As disclosed in the editorial article of the first issue of the magazine, its readers can recognize in its pages the importance that the University and the editors want to give to the anthropologic reflection impregnated by Christian humanism in a time period that is dominated by short-term pragmatism and a reflection which omits a transcendental dimension.Continuing with the purpose that gave rise to the magazine, and now with eighteen years of existence, HUMANITAS Magazine is carrying out a special effort in continuing to broaden and further develop its web site www.humanitas.cl.In this way, it wishes to further reach out with its work, and to provide new tools for study and education for its subscribers and habitual readers, and to all its visitors.Also, its English digital edition can be now leafed through and read without cost or previous registration in the web site www.review.humanitas.cl.

Lumen Veritas Evangelization Ministries

In response to the “Great Commission” issued to us by Christ and inspired by the call to the “New Evangelization” by Pope Benedict XVI, Lumen Veritas Evangelization Ministries (LVEM) was born. This lay apostolate was ignited by the desire of a few faithful Catholics to heal the wounds of the society around us and to create a better world in which to raise our children. Therefore, we have set out in a unified cohesive ministry to address the shortcomings that have become so apparent in the Church today. Completely faithful to Christ and his Church, we strive to live holy lives while helping to equip others for their own journey and actively seek to lead others into the fullness of the truth.

University of Asia and the Pacific

Our university is known for its strong Liberal Arts education.
Partners: 1955

Pauline Books and Media

Pauline Books and Media is the mission and publishing house of the Daughters of St. Paul, an international congregation of women religious serving the Church through evangelization with the means of communication

www.review.humanitas.cl

During 1995, top management of the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile deemed it convenient to found a new publication which, born within the core of the university community and provided with the seal of Catholic thought, would project itself toward that community as well as to the general public opinion.In January 1996, the first issue of HUMANITAS, Christian Anthropological and Cultural Review, was published. Its purpose was expressed in its founding administrative decree: to be “a body of thought and study that seeks to reflect the concerns and teachings of the Pontifical Magisterium” (Rectory Decree 147/95, second version). According to Cardinal Paul Poupard, then President of the Pontifical Council for Culture, this magazine would be a “decisive contribution to the task of acculturating the faith and the evangelization of the culture in which the Church plays a critical role in current times,” as expressed in a letter addressed to the rector of the University. The many copies of HUMANITAS editions published since then, which circulate and are consulted in university, school and personal libraries – both in Chile and abroad – offer proof today of the opportunity for this initiative. As disclosed in the editorial article of the first issue of the magazine, its readers can recognize in its pages the importance that the University and the editors want to give to the anthropologic reflection impregnated by Christian humanism in a time period that is dominated by short-term pragmatism and a reflection which omits a transcendental dimension.Continuing with the purpose that gave rise to the magazine, and now with eighteen years of existence, HUMANITAS Magazine is carrying out a special effort in continuing to broaden and further develop its web site www.humanitas.cl.In this way, it wishes to further reach out with its work, and to provide new tools for study and education for its subscribers and habitual readers, and to all its visitors.Also, its English digital edition can be now leafed through and read without cost or previous registration in the web site www.review.humanitas.cl.

Lumen Veritas Evangelization Ministries

In response to the “Great Commission” issued to us by Christ and inspired by the call to the “New Evangelization” by Pope Benedict XVI, Lumen Veritas Evangelization Ministries (LVEM) was born. This lay apostolate was ignited by the desire of a few faithful Catholics to heal the wounds of the society around us and to create a better world in which to raise our children. Therefore, we have set out in a unified cohesive ministry to address the shortcomings that have become so apparent in the Church today. Completely faithful to Christ and his Church, we strive to live holy lives while helping to equip others for their own journey and actively seek to lead others into the fullness of the truth.

University of Asia and the Pacific

Our university is known for its strong Liberal Arts education.
Partners: 1955
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