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24 See “Architecture and Art—United States Holocaust Memorial Museum,” www.ushmm.org/ information/about-the-museum/architecture-and-art/ (accessed 9 December 2013). 25 Mark Searle, "New Tasks, New Methods: The Emergence of Pastoral Liturgical Studies," Worship 57, no. 4 (1983): 291–308 [reprinted in Vision: The Scholarly Contributions of Mark Searle to Liturgical Renewal, ed. Anne Y. Koester and Barbara Searle (Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press, 2004), 105–121]. See also John D. Witvliet, “For Our Own Purposes: The Appropriation of the Social Sciences in Liturgical Studies,” Liturgy Digest 2, no. 2 (1995): 6–35 [reprinted in Foundations in Ritual Studies: A Reader for Students of Christian Worship, ed. Paul Bradshaw and John Melloh (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic, 2007), 18–40]. 26 See Richard S. Vosko, God’s House Is Our House: Re-imagining the Environment for Worship (Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press, 2006), part one.

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North American Academy of Liturgy Proceedings 2014  

The North American Academy of Liturgy (NAAL) (http://www.naal-liturgy.org/) is an ecumenical and interreligious association of liturgical sc...

North American Academy of Liturgy Proceedings 2014  

The North American Academy of Liturgy (NAAL) (http://www.naal-liturgy.org/) is an ecumenical and interreligious association of liturgical sc...