HAPÁG Journal

A Journal of Interdisciplinary Theological Research Published by St. Vincent School of Theology and Adamson University 

Hapág (‘table’ – the Filipino locus for the exchange of food and nourishment, likewise of multiple stories, casual views or deep reflections, of differing beliefs, cultures and disciplines, all done on the spirit of sharing, acceptance and openness) is a bi-annual review of theological-pastoral research from an interdisciplinary perspective in the Philippine and Asia/Pacific contexts. It is a collaborative project of St. Vincent School of Theology and Adamson University.

Hapag: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Theological Research, Volume16
(2019)
Hapag: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Theological Research, Volume14
(2017)
Hapag: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Theological Research, Volume13
(2016)
Hapag: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Theological Research, Volume 7
(2010)
Hapag: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Theological Research, Volume 6
(2009)
Hapag: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Theological Research, Volume 5
(2008)
Hapag: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Theological Research, Volume 4
(2007)
Hapag: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Theological Research, Volume 3
(2006)

St. Vincent School of Theology 
221 Tandang Sora Avenue,
P.O. Box 1179, 1116 Quezon City, Philippines


Adamson University
900 San Marcelino Street,
1000 Ermita, Manila, Philippines

Editor-in-Chief : 
Rolando A. Tuazon, C.M.

Editorial Committee: 
Dave D. Capucao
Dennis T. Gonzalez
Ma. Maricel S. Ibita
Ruben C. Mendoza
Daniel Franklin E. Pilario, CM
Peter M. Solis, CM


International Editorial Board : 

Jimmy A. Belita, CM 
St. Vincent School of Theology (Quezon City, Philippines) 

Reimund Bieringer 
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Leuven, Belgium) 

Richard Brosse 
Stichting Porticus (Amsterdam, Netherlands) 

Annemie Dillen 
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Leuven, Belgium)

Manuel F. Ginete, CM
St. Vincent School of Theology (Quezon City, Philippines)

Jacques Haers, SJ
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Leuven, Belgium) 

Gunter Prueller-Jagenteufel,
University of Vienna (Vienna, Austria)

Marcelo V. Manimtim, CM 
Adamson University (Manila, Philippines)

Johan Verstraeten
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Leuven, Belgium) 

Yearly Subscription Rate *

[ ] Philippines (Metro Manila) P 450.00

[ ] Philippines (Outside Metro Manila) P 500.00

[ ] Asian Countries US$ 35.00

[ ] Middle East/Pacific US$ 40.00

[ ] Europe/N. America/US Territory US$ 50.00

(1 Year = 2 issues)

* Subscription rates include postage and handling. Payments must be made either by Money Order, Bank Check or Demand Draft and should be made payable to St. Vincent School of Theology.


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The Editor
HAPÁG Journal
St. Vincent School of Theology
P.O. Box 1179
1116 Quezon City, Philippines
Tel.: (+632) 8930-93092 • Tel./ Fax (+632) 3456-4028 •
E-mail: svst_qc@yahoo.com  

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GUIDE TO CONTRIBUTORS

  1. Articles in English shall be of theological-pastoral interest from interdisciplinary perspectives. Philosophical, sociological, historical and anthropological titles with theological-pastoral implications are also most welcome. Submissions shall be in electronic version sent as e-mail attachment to:
    The Editor
    HAPÁG: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Theological Research
    St. Vincent School of Theology
    E-mail: svst_qc@yahoo.com
  2. Each of the submissions is to be subjected to at least one (1) blind review by a member of the Editorial Board or by an expert on the field designated by the Editorial Committee. Authors will be notified of the Editor’s decision as soon as possible.
  3. Articles may be rejected on the basis of the fundamental commitments of HAPÁG Journal based on the Vision-Mission of the St. Vincent School of Theology.
  4. An article that does not exceed twelve thousand (12,000) words should be submitted with an abstract, keywords and a short bio-note about the author.
  5. Inclusive language is recommended.
  6. Manuscripts shall use Microsoft Word Processor and follow the University of Chicago Manual of Style.
  7. Submission implies that the manuscript has not been previously published and is not currently under consideration for publication elsewhere.
  8. The author may be given a soft-copy of his or her laid out edited work for some very minor corrections. New concepts or ideas will not be anymore welcome as it would affect the lay out work of the article.
  9. Contributors from the Philippines will receive three (3) copies while those abroad will be sent one (copy) of the corresponding issue of HAPÁG free of charge.