Festschrift M. Lamberigts

This volume contains twenty-two articles that colleagues and friends of Mathijs Lamberigts, who was Dean of the Faculty of Theology at KULeuven and Director of the Revue d’histoire ecclésiastique, offer him for his 65th birthday.

Studies in History of Christianity in Honour of Mathijs Lamberigts.

These articles cover all periods in the history of Christianity, from the apocrypha on Saint Matthew to contemporary Christianity, and focus on themes dear to the dedicatee (Pelagianism, Julian of Eclan, Jansenism, Christianity in Flanders, the Louvain tradition, the Second Vatican Council).

With contributions of: Régis BURNET, Johan LEEMANS, Jean-Marie AUWERS & Michel COZIC, Lieve WATTEEUW, Paul BERTRAND, Jean-Pierre DELVILLE, Ralph DEKONINCK, Rob FAESEN, Violet SOEN, Wouter DRUWÉ, Jan DE MAEYER & Kristien SUENENS, Herman TEULE, Dries VANYSACKER, Luc COURTOIS, Jean PIROTTE, Jan DE VOLDER, Lieve GEVERS, Eddy LOUCHEZ, Jean-Pascal GAY, Jean-Dominique DURAND, Philippe DENIS and Frederik KEYGNAERT.

Collection: Bibliothèque de la Revue d'Histoire Ecclésiastique, 107


Dries Vanysacker is professor at the KU Leuven.
Jean-Marie Auwers is professor at the UCLouvain.

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Two other books are also planned as a tribute to Professor M. Lamberigts.

Collection of BRHE 106: The Making of Christianities in History. A Processing Approach.


Staf Hellemans is emeritus professor at Tilburg University.
Gerard Rouwhorst is emeritus professor at Tilburg University.

Collection of BRHE 105: De Canonicis qui seculares dicuntur. Treize siècles de chapitres séculiers dans les anciens Pays-Bas


Marc Carnier (PhD in history, State Archives of Belgium).
Brigitte Meijns is professor at the KU Leuven.