For Readers

Since the articles in AJRS are meant to examine the religious lives and experiences both critically and creatively, we assure you that the articles are of:

  • High quality

  • Reliability and genuineness

  • No plagiarism

  • Inspirational and motivational type

  • Open to criticism and revision.

Therefore your valuable comments are welcome. Email: auc [at]

Archiving of Articles

All the articles of the past volumes are safely archived in

  1. Papal Seminary's One-Drive and G-Suite Drive

  2. They are also stored at Papal Seminary's Server

  3. All articles are stored at CERN's Zenodo.

  4. The articles are also stored in the Journal's website.


  • The repository of all articles, including various versions, may be found at the journal's Zenodo account. Sample

  • The articles with their different versiouns are found in the Journal's G-Drive and OneDrive.

For Authors

We look for academic article with a pastoral bent. So the articles of 2,500-3,500 words much vouch for its veracity and authenticity.

Both the editors and reviewers follow strict ethical standards in both quality and rigour of the articles. Authors are highly encouraged to send their ORCID ID along with the article.


We wish the articles be technically sound without being too much academic. So citing the original sources is a must, without too many footnotes. We prefer APA method of reference for our journal. For details see Murdoch University's APA style.

Payment and Remuneration

Our main aim is to promote religious values and vision for the whole humanity, including different religious, ethnic and cultural traditions. So we do not demand payment from subscribers for the online-edition. For the printed version a nominal contribution is welcome. Nor do we pay the authors, who perform writing for the journal as a service.


Back issue of the journal are available (both printed and online). Do contact us for details.


We believe that we believe that peer review is essential for safeguarding the quality and integrity of scholarly research, which serves the good of the general public. So instructions are given to the reviewer to conduct the review professionally and objectively. Anonymous feedback will be given to the authors to revise their articles, if necessary.