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A Pattern for Catholic Education that Places the Liturgy at Its Heart

When I decided I wanted to be an artist, I started to investigate the training that was traditionally given to artists in the past. This involved the study of a number of things: how the skills of arts such as painting and drawing were...Show More Summary

Fota IX Speakers and Topics Announced

St. Colman’s Society for Catholic Liturgy is pleased to announce a list of speakers and topics for the Fota IX International Liturgy Conference to be held in Cork, Ireland, July 9-11, 2016, on the subject of the role of Scripture in the Liturgy, entitled Verbum Domini: Liturgy and Scripture.1. Show More Summary

Call for Participation - SCL Annual Conference 2016

The Liturgy and the New Evangelization 2016 Annual Conference of the Society for Catholic Liturgy The conference will be held at Our Lady of the Angels Cathedral and Conference Center in Los Angeles, CA. September 29 – October 1, 2016 Questions arising from this topic may include but are not limited to: A. Show More Summary

Fota IX Conference Dates, and Updated List of Speakers

St. Colman’s Society for Catholic Liturgy is pleased to announce that the ninth Fota International Liturgy Conference will be held at the Clarion Hotel, Cork City, Ireland, July 9-11, 2016.The conference theme is Verbum Domini: Liturgy...Show More Summary

The Miracle of the Jesus Prayer

As I wrote about a while back, I’ve recently spent some time in Byzantine Catholic churches. It is not always possible for me to make it to Divine Liturgy (as I’m often back and forth between home and my university), and so there are weeks where I attend the Mass. Wherever I end up, however, [...]

An Easter Reading of 'The Joy of Love'

Overcome with paschal joy. Anyone who has been to a Catholic Mass lately has probably heard the phrase from the Eastertide preface of the Mass, leading deep into the Liturgy of the Eucharist. What does it mean to be overcome with paschal...Show More Summary

Easter’s Joy

This year I attended my first Ruthenian Catholic Easter liturgy (a topic worth writing about all by itself). But more than the new textures and sounds of the Byzantine liturgy, what most struck me with the spirit of the season were a few words the priest shared after the lengthy sacrifice was at an end. He [...]

Liturgy, the Basis of Western Culture; Colloquium at Grand Rapids, MI, April 4th

Any who are within striking distance of Grand Rapids, Michigan, on April 4th should make an effort to see Fr Rob Johansen present one of the series Aquinas College Catholic Studies Colloquia, entitled Liturgy, the Basis of Western Culture. Show More Summary

Free Access to Back Issues of SCL's Journal Antiphon

The website of the Society for Catholic Liturgy has just received a sleek update, thanks to webmaster Chris Owens. The website features free access to back issues of Antiphon: A Journal for Liturgical Renewal. Currently, issues 8–17 are available, and we're working to make the earlier issues available as well. Check it out here.

Fota IX Conference Dates and Speakers

St. Colman’s Society for Catholic Liturgy is pleased to announce that the ninth Fota International Liturgy Conference will be held at the Clarion Hotel, Cork City, Ireland, 9-11 July 2016.The Conference theme is Verbum Domini: Liturgy...Show More Summary

The Benedictus Residential Summer School 2016

Benedictus, the Catholic Liberal Arts College, is running its third residential Summer School in Kensington, London UK from 31 July to 13 August. Benedictus was founded by Dr Clare Hornsby, who will also be speaking at Sacra Liturgia London. Show More Summary

Candlemas Events: Philadelphia, Jersey City and Grand Rapids

Once again, it is very heartening to hear from churches which are making a real effort to celebrate the liturgy of a great feast day with high-quality sacred music from the great Catholic tradition. Here are notices for those in the areas of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Jersey City, New Jersey, and Grand Rapids, Michican. Show More Summary

Fota IX Conference Dates Announced for July 2016

St. Colman’s Society for Catholic Liturgy is pleased to announce that the Fota IX International Liturgy Conference will be held in Cork, Ireland, 9-11 July 2016. The subject of the conference is Liturgy and Scripture, and will be explored by a panel of experts drawn from the United States, Germany and Ireland. Further details of the conference will be published early in 2016.

Videos of a Byzantine Ordination and First Divine Liturgy

This past Saturday, Bishop John Kudrick of the Byzantine Catholic Eparchy of Parma, Ohio, ordained Deacon Andrew Summerson to the priesthood at the Church of St Stephen in nearby Euclid. The following day, Fr Summerson celebrated his first Divine Liturgy at the Church of St Mary in Cleveland. Show More Summary

Learning from Diversity: A Roman Catholic Attends a Byzantine Liturgy

A couple of weeks ago I decided to attend a Saturday-evening liturgy according to the traditions of the Ruthenian Catholic Church; although something I had wanted to do for some time, the decision was not particularly well thought out. Yet, the experience was an enriching one for me, and, I think, for those younger Catholics […]

Denis McNamara on the Church, Part 8 - A Hierarchy of Sacred Images.

Here is the eighth in the series of short videos by Denis McNamara, Professor on the faculty of the Liturgical Institute, Mundelein; his book is Catholic Church Architecture and the Spirit of the Liturgy. This is the second video within...Show More Summary

Recent Typeface Design and Calligraphy from Daniel Mitsui

We have much work to do in the rebuilding of Catholic culture, and in this “slow evangelization” (as Stratford Caldecott called it), liturgy can be compared to the right hand, the fine arts to the left hand. I found myself thinking about...Show More Summary

Denis McNamara on Church Architecture, part 7 - Sacred Images

Here is the seventh in the series of short videos by Prof. Denis McNamara, a member of the faculty of the Liturgical Institute, Mundelein; his book is Catholic Church Architecture and the Spirit of the Liturgy. As usual, it is an excellent presentation. Show More Summary

Denis McNamara on Sacred Architecture, Part 6 - Columns

Here is the sixth in the series of short videos by Denis McNamara, Professor on the faculty of the Liturgical Institute, Mundelein; his book is Catholic Church Architecture and the Spirit of the Liturgy. I found this one particularly fascinating. Show More Summary

Card. Burke on the 50th Anniversary of Sacrosanctum Concilium - Fota VI Proceedings Launched in Rome

The St Colman’s Society for Catholic Liturgy has sent us the following press release concerning the recent presentation at the Basilica of St Clement in Rome of the Proceedings of the Sixth Fota International Liturgy Conference. TheShow More Summary

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