New Webinar: Dec. 15
OCIA: What’s New?
What’s Not? What’s Next?
A revised and renamed Order of Christian Initiation of Adults is making its way through the approval process. This webinar will focus not only on new words, but on a renewed appreciation of the initiation process and rites.
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- Advent and Christmas preparation aid now availableOur free, seasonal booklet to help prepare liturgies during the Advent and Christmas seasons is now available in English and Spanish. Feel free to share it among your parishes and schools.
- Decree clarifies role of Bishops’ conferences in liturgical translationsA new decree from the Congregation for Divine Worship aims at highlighting the responsibilities of bishops’ conferences in the “great task” of completing the complex project of translating the Latin liturgical texts into vernacular languages.
- Synodal Process ResourcesOn October 11, the Church celebrated the memorial of Saint John XXIII, Pope. This date was chosen since it is the day on which he opened the Second Vatican Council in 1962. Nearly sixty years hence and not unlike Saint John XXIII, Pope Francis is calling forth the voices of the Church.
- Free Resource: A Novena in Time of CovidThe FDLC has prepared a simple novena which may be used in communal or private prayer.
- New liturgical texts for Blessed Michael McGivneyOn August 5, Archbishop Leonard Blair, chair of the BCDW, distributed new liturgical texts for Blessed Michael McGivney to the Bishops of the United States.
- Resources for understanding Traditionis CustodesTo better understand Pope Francis’ recent motu proprio, Traditionis Custodes, “On the Use of the Roman Liturgy prior to the Reform of 1970,” it might be helpful to read previous papal documents.
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