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Lonergan Institute Announces New Volume of The Lonergan Review  

Body of Jesus being held x320The Bernard J. Lonergan Institute at Seton Hall University announces the publication of volume IX of its journal, The Lonergan Review on the topic of "Developing Positions."

This issue includes an Introduction by Gregory Floyd, articles by Frederick Lawrence, Lucas Briola, Jeffrey Allen, Matthew Peters, Joseph Gordon, Richard Liddy, Michael Ambrosio, Dermot Quinn and book reviews by Patrick Manning, Gregory Floyd, Santiago Ramos and Stephen Ferguson.

The issue is available online now and our print version will be mailed out in a few short weeks. An online access subscription provides full-text access to all issues -- volume I to the present during the current calendar year.

To renew, and/or obtain a gift subscription, you may renew via internet, by check or by phone. Please see information below.

About the Bernard J. Lonergan Institute
Founded in 2006 under the direction of Msgr. Richard M. Liddy, the Bernard J. Lonergan Institute at Seton Hall University supports research and scholarship on the work of Bernard Lonergan and publishes The Lonergan Review. It conducts faculty development programs, lectures and conferences worldwide. For more information about the institute, please visit: http://www.shu.edu/lonergan/index.cfm

About The Lonergan Review
Published annually since 2009, The Lonergan Review publishes significant interdisciplinary articles in the field of Lonergan studies by both seasoned and new scholars. Some of its volumes have been the outcome of international conferences—such as at Universita Sacro Cuore (Piacenza, Italy) in 2009, Seton Hall University in 2010 and Oxford in 2013. It is distributed by Philosophy Documentation Center. An "Index of Contents" can be found on the Lonergan Institute website.

For more information about The Lonergan Review and to subscribe please visit https://www.pdcnet.org/lonerganreview/The-Lonergan-Review or contact the Editorial Office at (973) 275-2431 – e-mail: catholicstudies@shu.edu

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