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Kimberly Hope Belcher

Kimberly Belcher recently received her Ph.D. in Liturgical Studies at Notre Dame and, after teaching at St John's University, she has recently returned to Notre Dame as a faculty member. Her research interests include sacramental theology (historical and contemporary), trinitarian theology, and ritual studies. Her interest in the church tradition is challenged, deepened, and inspired by her three young children.

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Posts by Kimberly Hope Belcher:

Lenten ecumenism and the ecumenical Lent

Wednesday, February 10th, 2016

Posted in Ecumenism, Liturgical year, Vatican II | No Comments

On liturgical failure

Sunday, January 17th, 2016

Posted in Children, Eucharist, Liturgical Spirituality | No Comments

Merry Christmas! A liturgical logic puzzle as a gift from me to you

Friday, December 25th, 2015

Posted in Uncategorized | 4 Comments

Preaching as an ecclesial response to the gospel

Tuesday, September 8th, 2015

Posted in Children, Homiletics | 4 Comments

Liturgical imagination and technological innovation

Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015

Posted in Liturgical Spirituality, Social Justice | 2 Comments

History of infant communion, part 2: Medieval and modern periods (500-2015 AD)

Tuesday, May 26th, 2015

Posted in Children, Eucharist, Liturgical Movement | 8 Comments

History of infant communion, part 1: Early church (30-500 AD)

Wednesday, May 20th, 2015

Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments

Baptismal anniversaries and sacramental reflection, an interlude

Tuesday, May 19th, 2015

Posted in Children, Church Reform, Eucharist, Initiation / RCIA, Liturgical Spirituality | 5 Comments

5 quick pastoral reasons why we should restore infant communion

Monday, May 18th, 2015

Posted in Children, Eucharist, Initiation / RCIA | No Comments

The system is down: systematic problems with the faith formation of children in American Catholicism

Wednesday, March 18th, 2015

Posted in Children, Initiation / RCIA, Youth | 35 Comments