Back in 1996, the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile launched the first issue of HUMANITAS, Christian Anthropological and Cultural Review (Spanish version) with the purpose 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).
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.
Therefore, joining the celebration of the Year of Faith proclaimed by Pope Benedict XVI, this journal bring to us a collection of "must read" articles, which are great instruments to enhance comprehension and reflection about faith matters that lead the readers not only to knowledge, but also to deepen more in their living experience of faith.
For this reason, it is with great joy that we announce the recent alliance celebrated between Catholic.net and HUMANITAS Review, to bring our readers, new contents and a new free monthly newsletter service of great quality to all our users and subscribers bringing to you a magazine that is 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 by Cardinal Paul Poupard (former President of the Pontifical Council for Culture) in a letter addressed to the rector of the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile.
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