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Gregorianum, a quarterly published by the Gregorian University, was created in 1920. For more than eighty years, it has been participating in the major debates that have marked the Roman Catholic Church.
The journal welcomes scholarly articles, previously unpublished, in the following areas: Sacred Scripture, Theology (fundamental, dogmatic, patristic, moral), Spirituality and Philosophy. Gregorianum accepts contributions in English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish.
Apart from articles, the journal publishes a Book Review section under three headings: "Notae"; "Recensiones" and "Indicationes". These surveys analyse publications in various languages and reflect the research areas of major interest to the journal.
The annual volume of four issues averages 900 pages.
Gregorianum is refered by: Atla (since 1949 to 2002), Religious and Theological Abstracts (since vol. 40, 1958), Catholic Periodical and Literature Index (since 1981), Francis (since 1986), Index Theologicus (since 1980) and by the www.rivisteonline.org Website.