Department of Biblical Studies (KBV)
Social aspects of prophetic literature. Apocryphal Gospel of Thomas and its relationship to the New Testament books. Study and translations of Patristic texts.
Department of Canon Law and Civil Law (KCP)
Matrimony and family with respect to both canon law and civil law. Selected topics of Church and state relationship in the field of family, school system and social system.
Department of Patristics and Church History (KCD)
Research into archival resources on the regional Church history in the second half of the 20th century. Persecution of Christians in the Nazi and Communist era.
Department of Philosophy and Religious Sciences (KFI)
Aristotelian philosophy - medieval scholasticism, second (baroque) scholasticism, Neothomism, Neoaristotelism in analytical philosophy. Philosophy of religion and philosophical foundation of theology . Dialogue among philosophy, theology and other disciplines. Western religions. Islam in the context of contemporary Europe. Religious and cultural relationship of Judaism and Christianity. Ethics in social work.
Department of Education (KPD)
Free time education in the context of educational processes. New religious education approaches to the cultivation of spiritual dimension of youth. Philosophy for children.
Department of Practical Theology (KPT)
History of pastoral care. Social work and charity.
Department of Psychology and Sociology (KPY)
Problems of pathological communication in the context of new religious movements. The history of Neothomistic psychology.
Department of Systematic and Ecumenical Theology (KST)
Czech theology in the 19th and 20th century and its influence on contemporary theology. Post-critic pr post-liberal theology.
Department of Theological Ethics, Social Ethics and Ethical Education (KET)
Human dignity in post/modern society. Social teaching of the Church and ethics in social work.