Pannonhalmi Szemle is the quarterly of the Pannonhalma Archabbey. First issued in 1993, the periodical intends to open up new horizons for the dialogue between culture and theology, to make it possible for these two diverging worlds to encounter one another. Being unprejudiced and open to values, the quarterly wishes to attach itself to the tradition represented by fifteen hundred-year-old Benedictine spirituality. Pannonhalmi Szemle presents our world as it is viewed from Pannonhalma.
In 2001 the periodical was awarded the Pulitzer-prize in the 'Creative Community' category, and in 2002 it was invited to be listed on the homepage of the Frankfurt "Central and Eastern European Online Library" ( www.ceeol.com).