Recognizes an individual who or organization which has made significant contributions to furthering the liturgical renewal in the United States. Awarded annually at the FDLC National Meeting.
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The Alleluia Award
Honors a current member who serves in a Diocesan Office of Worship or on a Diocesan Liturgical Commission who has “served the Federation with distinction, and generously shared his/her skills, wisdom, and resources in order to promote sound liturgical practice and to advance the liturgical renewal.” Awarded annually at the FDLC National Meeting.
The Tabat Scholarship
A $1000 scholarship awarded annually to a student who is pursuing a graduate degree in Liturgical Studies or related field. Applications must be received before June 1 each year.
Miguel Arias Scholarship
Provides annual grants to Spanish-speaking individuals with the hope that they will minister to the faithful in Spanish-speaking communities in the United States. Applications are accepted from February 1 to March 31 each year.
The Forum Legacy Grant
Provides annual grants to diocesan worship and/or catechetical offices in the United States and Canada to subsidize diocesan-sponsored formation programs for those responsible for Christian initiation in parishes.