J.E. Sigler

About J.E. Sigler

J.E. Sigler is a doctoral student in the Brian Lamb School of Communication at Purdue University. Her area of research is organizational communication, especially for the Catholic Church. Her work has been published in the The Journal of Communication and Religion and in Argumentation.

What’s Changed?

A Comparison of Self- and Divine-Referential Pronoun Usage in Hymns Written Pre- and Post-Vatican II

“He that sings praise, not only sings, but also loves him of whom he sings.”—St. Augustine Noticeable Change in Pre- & Post-Vatican II Hymns Some HPR readers may be unaware that people have been arguing about the language of Church hym … [Read more...]