historical or systematic discussions of the role of sensus fidelium in shaping sacramental and liturgical theology and practices;
the significance of racial-ethnic, cultural, gender, sexual, minoritized, subaltern, or other hybridized experiences of sensus fidelium on sacramental practice and liturgical celebrations;
ecumenical or interchurch developments in sacramental and liturgical understanding, especially in the context of marriage or funerary celebrations involving interchurch or interfaith families;
historical or contemporary explorations of the opportunities and challenges of popular piety and devotion for shaping or nourishing sacramental and liturgical life; or
the implications of globalization, migration, or other transnational encounters between communities of peoples for shaping sacramental and liturgical experience and practice.