The Lonergan Review
Lonergan Institute

The Lonergan Review is the journal of the Bernard J. Lonergan Institute at Seton Hall University. Its mission is to link explicit self-knowledge – Lonergan's "self-appropriation" – with the various academic disciplines and profession. By doing this it seeks to foster authentic human cultures of high ideals, open to religion, the Catholic intellectual tradition, and service of the poor.

This first issue, Vol. I, No. 1, Fall 2009, edited by Msgr. Richard Liddy, Director of the Center for Catholic Studies and the Bernard J. Lonergan Institute, brings together the proceedings of a seminar on Lonergan’s thought held at the Università del Sacro Cuore at Piacenza, Italy in 2008. The seminar focused on the general empirical method at the basis of the various methods in the curriculum: mathematics, biology, art, history, education, philosophy and theology.

The Lonergan Review
The Journal of the Bernard J. Lonergan Institute

Vol. I. No. I, Spring 2009


The Lonergan Review


Vol. II No. I, Spring 2010

Lonergan Review Spring 2010 Cover

Msgr. Richard M. Liddy
(Seton Hall University)

Managing Editor
Gloria Garafulich-Grabois

Editorial Board
Andrew Breads
(Maryvale Institute, UK)
Stephen Martin
(Immaculate University, US)
Eileen De Neeve
(Thomas More Institute, Canada)
John Ranieri
(Seton Hall University)
Lucio Guasti
(Università Sacro Cuore, Italy)
Anthony Sciglitano
(Seton Hall University)
  Gerard Whelan, S.J.
(Gregorian University, Italy)

To learn more about The Lonergan Review and the Bernard J. Lonergan Institute, please call (973) 275-2431 or e-mail

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Bernard J. Lonergan Institute
(973) 275-2407
(973) 275-2175
Fax (973) 275-2594
Walsh Library Rm. 429

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