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Counselling and Spirituality

Counselling and Spirituality is a bilingual peer-reviewed journal that provides a forum for dialogue among researchers, trainers and practitioners in the vast area of Counselling and Spirituality. Through its interdisciplinary character, it aims to contribute to the integration of counselling, psychotherapy, practical theology and spirituality. It is notably the only Canadian journal in this area, and the articles reflect an international perspective on spirituality research. The journal publishes theoretical reviews, empirical research, clinical articles and book reviews. Research articles can be qualitative or quantitative in nature. Articles would be of interest to individuals working in the areas of counselling, psychotherapy, mental health, psychology, spiritual care, practical theology and related social and human sciences.

The journal is published twice a year and is indexed with PsycINFO and ATLA.

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Studia canonica

Studia canonica is a scholarly journal on canon law published twice a year by the Faculty of Canon Law of Saint Paul University in Ottawa, Canada. It is the only Canon Law periodical in Canada.

It began publication in 1967.

Studia canonica welcomes submissions of articles in English and French.
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The journal Theoforum is a forum for research in the disciplines of theology. It aims to encourage ecumenical and interreligious dialogue as well as dialogue with other academic disciplines. It is published three times a year.
Theoforum is a bilingual scholarly peer-reviewed journal produced by the Faculty of Theology, Saint Paul University. It publishes articles on topics in the various theological disciplines. The journal is committed to

 - disseminating theological research pursued at Saint Paul and other universities,

 - promoting the exploration of new trends in theological reflection,

 - fostering a fruitful exchange between theology and the social sciences, and

 - encouraging ecumenical and interreligious dialogue.

Theoforum welcomes submissions in the areas of theological research, in particular those related to the main research areas of the Faculty of Theology. The Faculty also conducts research in the areas of practical theology and religious education. Submitted manuscripts should contain original work in Theology or related disciplines.

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