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I am Assistant Professor of Liturgical Studies and Sacramental Theology at the Tilburg School of Catholic Theology (TST). I obtained my Phd at the KULeuven (Belgium) with research on the liturgical and eucharistic theology of the Catholic Tübingen School and Döllinger.  Nowadays, I mainly focus on the Liturgical Movement and the liturgical reforms of the Second Vatican Council. I do this from both a liturgical theological and a liturgical pastoral perspective. Current focus points of my research and teaching are liturgical formation, and the relation between liturgy and church architecture. Since 2023, I also serve as vice-dean for education at the Tilburg School of Catholic Theology.   

 

Postal Address:

Postbus 90153
5000 LE Tilburg
Netherlands

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Top publications

  1. Lockdown liturgie - Beperkingen en kansen in het online vieren tijden…

    Goyvaerts, S., & Magielse, M.-D. (2021). Lockdown liturgie: Beperkingen en kansen in het online vieren tijdens de corona-lockdown. Collationes: Vlaams Tijdschrift voor Theologie en Pastoraal, 51(2), 157-172.
  2. Rituele competentie: een werkdefinitie

    Goyvaerts, S. (2021). Rituele competentie: een werkdefinitie. In S. Körver, E. Olsman, & S. Rosie (Eds.), Met lichaam en geest: De rituele competentie van geestelijke verzorgers (pp. 263-272). Eburon.
  3. Dutch Responses to Lockdown Liturgies - Analysis of the Public Debate…

    Goyvaerts, S., & Wouda, F. (2020). Dutch Responses to Lockdown Liturgies: Analysis of the Public Debate on Sacraments During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Yearbook for Ritual and Liturgical Studies, 3-17.
  4. Moving between Liturgical Theology and Liturgical Pastoral. On Theolo…

    Goyvaerts, S. (2020). Moving between Liturgical Theology and Liturgical Pastoral. On Theology, Liturgy, and Christian Life. Les Questions Liturgiques / Studies in Liturgy, 100(1-2), 294.
  5. ‘Wherever a few should gather’ - The Liturgical Movement and Vatican …

    Keere, N. V., Plevoets, B., & Goyvaerts, S. (2020). ‘Wherever a few should gather’: The Liturgical Movement and Vatican II as a source for architectural transformation of churches in the context of adaptive reuse. Actas de Arquitectura Religiosa Contemporánea, 7, 36-51.

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