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2020-1. Decolonial Theology: Violence, Resistance and Spirituality

Concilium is an international journal of Catholic theology, founded on July 20, 1963 and which began its publications in 1965. World- wide journal of theology, its editors and essayists encompass a veritable ‘who’s who’ of theological scholars.

Not only the greatest names in Catholic theology, but also exciting new voices from every part of the world, have written for this unique journal. Concilium exists to promote theological discussion in the spirit of Vatican II, out of which it was born.

It is a catholic journal in the widest sense: rooted firmly in the Catholic heritage, open to other Christian traditions and the world’s faiths. Each issue of Concilium focuses on a theme of crucial importance and the widest possible concern for our time.

With contributions from Asia, Africa, North and South America and Europe, Concilium truly reflects the multiple facets of the world church.

Publishing 5 issues a year, in five languages : English, Spanish, German, Italian, Portugese.
Stopped publishings : Croatian, French.

We regret to inform our readers that – after decades of hard work – Vozes, the Brazilian publisher that edited the Portuguese translation of the journal Concilium, has decided to...
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You can now help our research and our project with a donation.Even though our organisation is based on voluntary work, it still has its own costs. You can help us.The...
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      Concilium Journal is deliberately based on Scripture and the history of salvation.

      At the same time it has the humble courage to confront the new problems arising from the human conditions of today. It seeks, on the basis of our contemporary situation, a better understanding of the Word of God for man and the world of our time.

      A theological insight of this kind is necessary for anyone who, acting in faith, is actively engaged in the Church and in the world.

      Edward Schillebeeckx & Karl Rahner