Hereyou can find the curriculum vitae, publications etc. of Prof. Dr. Myriam Wijlens
1988 born in Lviv, Ukraine
1995-2005 A-levels at grammar school 30, Lviv, Ukraine
2005-2010 Master of Theology, Ukrainian Catholic University, Faculty of Philosophy and Theology, Lviv, Ukraine
2010-2013 Licentiate in Oriental Canon Law, Pontifical Oriental Institute, Faculty of Eastern Canon Law, Rome, Italy
2013-2017 Doctorate in Oriental Canon Law, Pontifical Oriental Institute, Faculty of Eastern Canon Law, Rome, Italy
2017-2018 Research assistant at the historical archive UGKK, Rome, Italy
since April 2019 Research assistant at the Chair for Canon Law at the University of Erfurt
Mishchenko, M., Le riunioni dei Vescovi della Chiesa Greco – Cattolica Ucraina (1963-1989). Ricerca storico – giuridica, Roma 2017.
Marksteiner-Mishchenko, M., «Die synodale Aktivität der Bischöfe der UGKK von 1963 bis 1969: eine historisch-kanonische Analyse», Kovcheh. A Scholarly Journal of Church History, VIII, Lviv 2019, 261-277 (published in Ukrainian language).
since February 2021 Research Assistant at the Chair of Canon Law, University of Erfurt.
since October 2020 Ongoing dissertation project on the rights of abused minors in the canonical criminal process, Pontifical University of Comillas, Madrid.
2014 - 2019 Licentiate of Canon Law at the Ecclesiastical University of San Dámaso Madrid, Summa Cum Laude.
2005 Member of the UNAM representative team in the International Human Rights Competition. Inter-American Court of Human Rights in San José, Costa Rica.
2001 - 2006 Degree in Law from the National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico.
Thesis for obtaining a degree in Law: International Legal Acts in the Republic of Chechnya, Mexico 2006. (in Spanish).
Thesis for the degree in Canon Law: Canon Law and the Functions of the Jurisdiction of the Court of Roman Rota, Madrid 2019. (in Spanish).
Since 10/2020 Master's degree in Catholic Theology
2017-2020 High school (Marianum Fulda gymnasiale Oberstufe)
2011-2017 Secondary school (Marianum Fulda)
2007-2011 Elementary school (Bonifatius School Fulda)
since 5/2021 Student assistant at the Chair of Canon Law
since 5/2021 Student assistant at the Chair of Ancient Church History, Patrology and Christian Archaeology
since 10/2019 Study of Catholic Theology
10/2015 - 09/2019 Study Law in Context B.A., TU Dresden
2012 - 2015 Secondary School for Economics, Prof. Dr. Zeigner, Dresden, Graduuation: Abitur
2006 - 2012 Middleschool, Dresden, Graduation: Realschulabschluss
2000 - 2006 Primary School
Since 10/2020 Student assistant at the Chair of Canon Law
1979-1982 Assigned to perform the duties of the chair of Canon Law (lecturer) at the Philosophical-Theological Studies Erfurt.
1982-1989 Administration of the Chair of Canon Law at the Philosophical-Theological Studies Erfurt.
1989-2005 Full professor for canon law at the Faculty of Theology Erfurt / Faculty of Catholic Theology of the University of Erfurt
1992-1993 Rector of the Faculty of Theology Erfurt
since 1985 pastor in the parish of Erfurt-Bischleben
About the deanery of the Catholic Theological Faculty of the University of Erfurt.
17 February 1984 born in Berlin
2003 Abitur, Canisius College Berlin
2004-2009 Diploma in Catholic Theology, University of Erfurt
2009-2012 Licentiate studies in Canon Law, University of Münster
2012-2016 Doctoral studies in Catholic Theology, University of Erfurt
2010-2016 Research assistant at the chair of Canon Law, University of Erfurt
since 2017 Consultant for Science and Higher Education, Office of the German Bishops' Conference
First church funeral despite euthanasia? A theological-legal study on the ecclesiastical mandate "Burying the dead and comforting those who mourn" (Erfurter Theologische Studien 113), Würzburg 2017.
1. Church funeral after suicide. On the Change in (Legal) Presumption with Regard to Suicide through the Reception of Human Scientific Findings, in: Bernd Oberdorfer / Oliver Schuegraf (Ed.), Reform im Katholizismus. Traditionalism and Change in Roman Catholic Theology and the Church (Supplements to Ecumenical Review 119), Leipzig 2018, 407-431.
2. Church funeral for "Catholics willing to die"? A challenging decision between preaching and pastoral care in individual cases, in: Theologie der Gegenwart 56 (2018) 95-105.
3. Euthanasia and pastoral care. A pastoral challenge for the church, in: Herder Korrespondenz 72 (2018) 28-31.
4. Between the sacred and the profane. Church law considerations on the disenfranchisement and conversion of churches, in: Ansgar Hense/ Markus Schulten (eds.), Für immer heiliggt? Conversion of Church Buildings and Properties, Münster 2019, 55-86.
1. Foreigner. Catholic, in: LKRR 1, 259-261.
2. Diaspora. Catholic, in: LKRR 1, 609.
3. Illegitimacy. Catholic, in: LKRR 2, 592.
4. Minorities, ecclesiastical. Catholic, in: LKRR 3 (in print).
5. Religious school. Catholic, in: LKRR 3 (in print).
6. Maritime pastoral care. Catholic, in: LKRR 4 (forthcoming).
Anna Karger-Kroll, Michael Karger, Christopher Tschorn (Ed.), Relationship Status: Complicated. The Church's Model of Marriage and Family in Confrontation with Social Reality (Catholicism in Transition 6), Freiburg/Br. 2018.