Catholic Faculty of Theology publishes twice a year a 32-pages full-colour bulletin ‘Doxa’ to promote the Faculty’s communication with the public and especially with the alumni. In Greek, doxa can have the meaning of glory, splendour, majesty, shine, reputation, respect, meaning, or opinion, among others. Doxa aims to facilitate a friendly dialogue between the academia and the public, represented both by the students, the alumni, and the friends of the Faculty. Doxa is here also as a means to inform about the ‘joys and the hopes, the griefs and the anxieties of the men of this age’. It desires to look in the past, the present, and the future and to share these views that are being formed at the Faculty. In this way, the Faculty follows its mission that is shared by the members of the Faculty and its students.