Don Bosco Center of Studies currently publishes the following:
The school’s official Pastoral-Theological Journal.
It also a Tagalog word that may refer to both the place and the process of purifying precious metals so that they may become lantay (pure), consequently rendering them more valuable. By extending its meaning we can say that lantayan is the place and process whereby something becomes definitive, something that was initially uncertain reaches relative surety and acceptability—and something good is transformed into something better.
For several years now, the journal has been featuring the series of articles presented during the annual DBCS Theological-Pastoral Symposium.
This newly-launched series includes books authored by DBCS professors or guest authors who have written on themes and issues that fall within the school’s areas of interest.