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Just published: Volume 36 of the Yearbook for Ritual and Liturgical Studies!

IRiLiS proudly presents the Yearbook for Ritual and Liturgical Studies volume 36 (2020), our open access online journal.

This year, our journal offers a collection of articles on sacramental worship in the COVID-19 crisis, as well as other articles and summaries of PhD thesis. Take a look right away.

Sacramental Worship in the COVID-19 Crisis

  • Samuel Goyvaerts and Fokke Wouda, Dutch Responses to Lockdown Liturgies: Analysis of the Public Debate on Sacraments During the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Michael-Dominique Magielse, A Distanced Eucharist in Bits and Bytes: Creating a True Encounter in Online Celebrations of the Mass during the COVID-19 Crisis
  • Ineke Cornet, Spiritual Communion in Mystical Texts from the Twelfth to the Sixteenth Centuries
  • Mattijs Ploeger, A New Sacramental Theology for e-Eucharist?
  • Marcel Barnard, Mirella Klomp and Maarten Wisse, Do This in Remembrance of Me Online? Irenic and Elenctic Normativity in Liturgical Studies

Other articles

  • Samuel Goyvaerts, “For your Faithful Lord, Life is Changed not Ended”: The Roman Catholic Funeral Rite in Flanders and the Paschal Mystery
  • Klaas-Willem de Jong & Wouter Kroese, Onenigheid over een Doopvraag: De Gevolgen van Twee Incidenten in het Amsterdam van 1613 voor de Vormgeving van de Remonstrantse en Contraremonstrantse Doopliturgie
  • Thomas Quartier, Liturgische Theologie als Praxisreflexion: Qualitative Forschung unter Benediktineroblaten

Summaries of PhD Theses

  • Jaco Barnard, Die Erediens van die Lewe. ‘n Prakties‐Teologiese Verkenning
  • Jasper Bosman, Celebrating the Lord’s Supper in the Netherlands. A Study of Liturgical Ritual Practice in Dutch Reformed Churches
  • Hundzukani Portia Khosa-Nkatini, Liturgical Inculturation for Tsonga Widows’ Mourning Rituals
  • Suzanne van der Merwe, Liturgie en Versoening in die Nederduitse Gereformeerde Kerk. ‘n Liturgies‐Rituele Benadering