Born in Zamora, Spain, Martín Carbajo Núñez, OFM has lived in Rome since 1995, where he currently teaches ethics and communication at two universities: the Antonianum (Pontifical University Antonianum or PUA) and the Alfonsianum (Pontifical Lateran University or PUL). At the PUA, he has served as Vice-Rector and Rector Magnificus ad interim for three years. He also teaches regularly in Spain and the USA. Professor Carbajo studies the relevance of the Franciscan Intellectual Tradition in formulating a global ethic and facing the challenges of the new digital age. He also studies journalistic deontology in regard to informational privacy. Find more information about Professor Carbajo, including a comprehensive list of publications, on his personal web page)
A free and fraternal economy. The Franciscan perspective, Ed. Tau Publishing, Phoenix, AZ, 2017 (245 pages). 2nd edition: Ed. Media House, Delhi 2018 (235 pages). Also published in Polish, Spanish, Italian, German, and Portuguese. Also eBook: English, Italian
Sister Mother Earth. Franciscan Roots of the Laudato Si’, Tau Publishing, Phoenix (AZ) 2017 (245 pages). 2nd edition: Ed. Media House, Delhi 2018 (242 pages). Also published in German, French, Polish, Spanish, Italian (2) and Portuguese. Also eBook: Spanish, English
Ser Franciscano en la era digital. Los retos de la comunicación y de la ecología integral, = Hermano Francisco no 73, Ed. Franciscana Arantzazu, Oñati 2020.
Giovanni Duns Scoto, Studi e ricerche nel VII centenario della sua morte, (editor), 2 vol., Antonianum, Roma 2008 (two volumes, 1020 pages)
«“Everything is related”. Dialogue, network communication, and integral ecology», in Revista Eclesiástica Brasileira 80/315 (2020) 95-116.
«Mysticism in everyday life: the faces of God», in Verdad y Vida 276 (2020) 6-23.
“The importance of family relationships for the economic development of society”, in Forum Teologiczne 20 (2019) 7-18.
“Revitalizing religious life today: Ethical challenges and leadership” in Carthaginensia 69 (2020).
“Franciscan Spirituality and Integral ecology. Relational bases vs the Throwaway culture,” in Islamochristiana 43 (2017) 59-78.
“Current relevance of the Franciscan perspective”, in Verdad y Vida 270-271 (2017) 187-203.
“Global ethical challenges in the light of the encyclical Laudato Si’ and the Jubilee of Mercy,” in Antonianum 91/2 (2016) 333-360.
“The contribution by religions to peaceful coexistence in society,” in Studia Moralia 53/1 (2015) 83-101.
“Digital Age challenges and Consecrated Life”, in Studia Moralia 53/2 (2015) 269-291.
“Ecological sin and the Sacrament of Penance,” in Verdad y Vida 273/76 (2018) 241-253.
“Hyper-connected generation and discernment. A Franciscan perspective,” in Revista Eclesiástica Brasileira 78/311 (2018) 548-565.
“Everything is connected: Communication and integral ecology in the light of the encyclical Laudato Si,’” in Carthaginensia 68 (2019) 323-342.
“The Franciscan contribution to the process of rationalization and the thesis of Max Weber,” in Verdad y Vida 272 (2018)
«Education and integral ecology. The role of family, spirituality, and university», in Carthaginensia 37/71 (2021)
«Ecological Conversion and pluriform Church in the light of the Amazon Synod», in Revista Eclesiástica Brasileira 81/318 (2021)