Societas Liturgica - International Society for Liturgical Study and Renewal
Société liturgique internationale
1967-06-29 Driebergen Netherlands
Founded 29 Jun 1967, Driebergen (Netherlands), when statutes were adopted, on the initiative of Wiebe Vos, a pastor of the Dutch Reformed Church, after he called a conference of 25 liturgists from Europe and North America, 1965, Neuchâtel (Switzerland), when it was resolved to found the Society.
Encourage research in the field of worship and allied subjects, with the pastoral implications of such research; facilitate exchange of results in this research; seek to deepen the mutual understanding of the various liturgical traditions and ways to make clear the relevance of liturgy in the contemporary world.
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General Meeting (every 2 years, at Congress); Council; Specific Committees.
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