Newman Rambler Journal

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The Newman Rambler: Faith, Culture, and the Academy is published by the Newman Association of Montreal Inc. It is named after the original Rambler, a periodical which from 1848 published essays by lay Catholic scholars, as well as by John Henry Newman himself, on matters relating to religion and the public sphere. The modern-day Newman Rambler continues in this tradition, featuring essays by scholars and professionals, as well as other Christian writers, on a number of critical contemporary issues. The journal is unique in that it is theme-based and solicits contributions by special invitation, resulting in the thorough and thoughtful thematic development of timely topics and conversations. Published periodically, it fills an important gap in theological and Catholic scholarship through the examination of culture, institutions, and society.

Electronic Availability

As of Fall 2013, all issues of The Newman Rambler are available both in print and and online formats. Read other recent issues.

Donations Rather than Subscriptions

The Newman Rambler is a non-profit journal. It is owned by The Newman Association of Montreal Inc., a registered charity in Canada (# 119056240RR0001).

The Newman Rambler does not charge any kind of access or subscription fee, but encourages voluntary donations of $10 or more per volume (be it for print or online formats) to offset the high costs of production.

Donations may be made to The Newman Association of Montreal Inc. and can be processed online through Canada Helps. Please make cheques payable to The Newman Association of Montreal Inc.  Access to the journal, either in hard copy or online, is not conditional on a donation.

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Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in The Newman Rambler: Faith, Culture, and the Academy are those of the authors. By submitting articles for publication, authors accept full responsibility for the originality of their work and compliance with copyright laws. The Newman Association of Montreal Inc., its members, partners, and subsidiaries, including both the Advisory and Editorial boards of The Newman Rambler, disclaim all such responsibility.