International Journal of African Catholicism - IJAC
About the International Journal of African Catholicism
Founded in 2009, the International Journal of African Catholicism (IJAC) is an ecumenical interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed online journal that promotes discussion within the African Catholic community and dialogue between African and international scholars.
Supported by Saint Leo University's Department of Religion, Theology and Philosophy, IJAC publishes scholarly articles that reflect on the African experience of Catholicism, and promote discussion among writers around the globe.
The Journal appeals to those interested in the religious life of continental Africa and its dialogue with the world.
To review articles in past issues of IJAC, please visit the Journal Archivespage.
Founding Editorial Team
IJAC is the result of a collaborative effort by six founding scholars from Uganda, Kenya, Ivory Coast, Tanzania and the United States. The Journal provides a platform for outstanding African theologians to share their research:
Philomena Njeri Mwaura, Ph.D. Senior Lecturer, Kenyatta University, Kenya
Rev. Joseph Healey, MM Maryknoll Society House, Kenya
Rev. Paul Bere, Ph.D., SJ Institut de Théologie de la Compagnie de Jésus, Côte d’Ivoire
Rev, Agbonkhianmeghe Emmanuel Orobator, Ph.D., SJ Provincial Superior, Eastern Province of the Society of Jesus and lecturer Hekima College Jesuit School of Theology, Kenya
Rev. William Komakech, Ph.D. Gulu University Centre for Peace Studies, Gulu, Uganda