Fr. John Thomas Lane, SSS of the Diocese of Cleveland examines the important praenotanda, the various chapters, and proposes best practices for adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and a period of Exposition. Resources will be recommended and plenty of practical handouts will enable parish catechesis. Handouts Originally presented Jan. 6, 2021. © FDLC 2021. AllContinue reading “Webinar: Holy Communion and Worship of the Eucharist Outside of Mass”
Fr. Michael Lewis of the Diocese of El Paso reviews the rite’s place in the Roman Pontifical, the history of how the sacrament has been celebrated, the specifics of the preconciliar rite, how the ritual changed after Vatican II, the contents of the current book and pastoral strategies regarding how to use it. Handouts OriginallyContinue reading “Webinar: The Order of Confirmation”
Rita Thiron, executive director of FDLC, explores the liturgical text itself, its important history and its rich theology. She also compares its chapters and the various pastoral circumstances which they address. Finally, examines the new appendices for the dioceses of the United States. Handouts Originally presented Dec. 9, 2020. © FDLC 2020. All rights reserved.
Todd Williamson of the Archdiocese of Chicago not only explores the text and the rich pastoral options it contains, but helps us better appreciate the Church’s vision of the process of Christian initiation of catechumens and the reception of those already baptized. Handouts Originally presented Dec. 2, 2020. © FDLC 2020. All rights reserved.
Fr. Paul Turner of the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph explores “one of the greatest achievements of the liturgical renewal of the Second Vatican Council,” the books we use to proclaim the Word of God at Mass. Handouts Originally presented Nov. 10, 2020. © FDLC 2020. All rights reserved.
Fr. Matthew Ernest of the Archdiocese of New York explains the history, development, structure, content, and pastoral options of the Roman Missal, the liturgical book used for the celebration of Mass. Handouts Originally presented Nov. 4, 2020. © FDLC 2020. All rights reserved.
Fr. Andrew Menke, executive director of the USCCB Secretariat of Divine Worship, explains how liturgical books are translated from the Latin originals into English and other languages for use in the United States.
In this first session, Rita Thiron, executive director of the Federation of Diocesan Liturgical Commissions, gives an overview of the Church’s liturgical books, a brief history of how they came to be, and the importance of universal texts. Handouts Originally presented Oct. 21, 2020. © FDLC 2020. All rights reserved.