Digital Exhibition Space 2020

A space for you to explore further the concept of Lived Catholicism through the Pop Up Podium videos. Take five minutes – or more – and discover some of the ways that Catholicism is lived around the world. You’ll find contact details and other information on our presenter page:

Coming soon: more of the digital aspects of the conference.

Religious Expressions Re-Imagined: A Response to the Pandemic in the Philippines
Dr Fides del Castillo, De Le Salle University, Manilla
Experiences of a Chapel of Disclosure in relation to the deep transformational learning:
Ausra Cane, The Open University, Liverpool Hope University & Maryvale Institute
Documenting the current return and reinvention of Catholic traditions in Spain, exploring “Confession: a Sacrament with many names”
Josep Almudever Chanza, University of Edinburgh
The domestic church from Familiaris Consortio to Amoris Laetitia: a case study in the Diocese of Arundel and Brighton
Fernanda Mee, St Mary’s University, Twickenham
The Inner Sanctum on Display: Catholic Spiritual Biographies in Counter-Reformation France and the Netherlands
Gooitske Nijboer, University of Groningen
The friendly foreigner? Lived Catholicism in Finland
Dr Kate Sotejeff Wilson, KSW Translations

The Country Girls’ Shame: Affect theory, shame, and the Catholic Church in Edna O’Brien’s The Country Girls Trilogy & Epilogue’
Carleigh Garcia, Mary Immaculate College, Irish Institute for Catholic Studies
Religious experience of hopeless matters. Case study of the cult of Saint Rita in Krakow.
Bartosz Arkuszewski, Institute of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology Jagiellonian University
Lived Catholicisms and the ”Tiempos Mixtos” of Latin America: First Attempt of a Model
Dr Jakob Egeris Thorsen, Aarhus University

Who are you, God? And who am I? Self-understanding of Catholic women within ministerial practice
Anne Marie O’Riordan, Margaret Beaufort Institute of Theology
Living Religion, Embodying ‘Interfaith’: Catholic Interfaith Wedding Ceremonies in Mumbai, India
Dr Namita Manohar, Brooklyn College – City University of New York
Lived Catholicism on the factory floor: devotional Catholicism and labour cultures in 1950s Ireland
Dr Gerard Madden, National University of Ireland Galway
The University Chaplaincy: Lived Catholicism through the Student Lens
Bernadette Durcan, St Mary’s University, Twickenham

The Lourdes Grotto & Guadalupe Tepeyac Shrine: A Two-Faced Devotional Site in Texas
Dr Adrienne Ambrose, University of the Incarnate Word

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