|“Hong Kong Journal of Catholic Studies” No.9 ‘Asian Ecumenical Movement’||Amy LIU|
This issue is a collection of articles from The International Conference on the Asian Ecumenical Movement held in April 2018 at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Experiences from India, the Philippines, South Korea, Taiwan, Japan, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong are featured. Scholars have considered the situation of the Ecumenical movement in Asia from many different perspectives and have suggested directions for the movement, like wider ecumenism and public theology. The editorial borrowed the idea of the Ökumenisches Forum in HafenCity of Hamburg and proposed a multi-purpose building in Hong Kong that houses not only different Christian denominations but also contribute to the housing problem we faced.
|“Hong Kong Journal of Catholic Studies” No.8 ‘Teaching Catholic Social Ethics and Civic Education’||Mary YUEN|
In March 2017, a group of scholars gathered at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and discussed this topic. The theme of the conference is “Teaching Catholic Social Ethics and Civic Education.” After the conference, the participants revised their articles, based on the discussion in the conference and comments from peer reviews. This issue of the Hong Kong Journal for Catholic Studies is a collection of these articles. The authors of this issue explore themes like Catholic identity and religious education; approaches in teaching CST, social justice, gender justice and civic education; case studies of teaching social ethics, religious and moral education. The 11 articles are divided into three sections.
|《天主教研究學報》第四期〈宗教交談〉||LEFEBURE Leo 主編|
|“Hong Kong Journal of Catholic Studies” No.2 ‘Biblical Translation in Chinese’||BARRIQUAND Francois (Chief Ed.)|
The Centre for Catholic Studies has selected nine in-depth, comprehensive studies related to the topic of “biblical translation in Chinese”. Although the range of issues covered by these nine articles appears quite vast, all of them refer themselves to a common historical legacy. Each author has been particularly attentive to pioneering translations. Precious and erudite conclusions are drawn, and many ground-breaking insights are provided. The present Issue no. 2 constitutes an essential reference for new generations of biblical translators in Chinese.
NB: The name on the illustration page no. 310 was mistaken. A corrected version of the whole book is uploaded on 17 Nov 2011. Individual chapters are not affected.
|“Hong Kong Journal of Catholic Studies” inaugural issue ‘Vatican II’||CHOY Wai Man (Chief Ed.)|
The Centre for Catholic Studies chooses “Vatican II” as the theme of the inaugural issue. The Centre aims at deepening the attention devoted to “the spirit of Vatican II” in academic circles, and to stimulate more reflection on this topic. This issue collects nine articles around the theme of “Vatican II”, expounding its aspects via studies on documentations and academic research as well as its implications in the local and Asian context.