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Issue 1, 2020 of Religion and Social Communication Out Now

The digital edition of Issue 1 for 2020 of Religion and Social Communication is now available for viewing at the ARC website.

For Issue 1, the following contributions are:

The Call of the Digital Age for Lay Participation:

An Answer to Transparency of the Church

by Brang Mai Lazing, Catholic University of Leuven (Belgium)

Q.R. Codes of Deities:

Digital Media @ the Service of Religion in Taiwan

by Paulin Batairwa Kubuya, Fujen Catholic University (Taiwan)

Understanding the Role of Thai Aesthetics in Religion and the Potentiality of Thai Christian Aesthetics

by L. Keith Neigenfind, Jr, Assumption University

(Thailand)

Paradox of COVID-19: Communication Opened,

Religion Closed, and Social Distanced and Its Implications

by Sebastian Periannan, Annai Vailankanni Arts and Science College (India)

We thank our dear contributors for sharing their work to the ARC and to the academic community. We would also like to thank our reviewers for their time and effort.