2017 Sacred Liturgy Conference to highlight the Liturgy as the “Voice of the Bridegroom”
Mar 28, 2017

2017 Sacred Liturgy Conference to highlight the Liturgy as the “Voice of the Bridegroom”

Registration is now open for the 5th annual Sacred Liturgy Conference scheduled for July 12-15, 2017 in Medford, OR.

Join Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke, Archbishop Alexander K. Sample and Bishop Robert F. Vasa in Southern Oregon for a three-day immersion in the Church’s sacred liturgy and its living musical heritage. The theme of this 5th annual conference is “The Voice of the Bridegroom” and will focus on sacred liturgy, Church history and the role of Gregorian chant.

The conference will include eight important and informative lectures, five chant workshops, four catered meals, and plenty of time for fellowship. In addition to the eight lectures there will be five additional lectures on Sacred Liturgy offered at the same time as five workshops on how to chant.

His Eminence Cardinal Burke will give a lecture and celebrate an Extraordinary Form Solemn Pontifical High Mass assisted by priests of the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter. Archbishop Sample will give a lecture and celebrate a Pontifical Mass in the Ordinary Form. Bishop Vasa will give a lecture and celebrate a Requiem Mass for the deceased priests of the Diocese. Additional faculty will include Bishop Vasa, Rev. Gerard Saguto, FSSP, Rev. Vincent Kelber, O.P., Rev. Timothy Furlow, Dr. Lynne Bissonnette-Pitre, Dr. Francisco Romero, Amelia Volz and Nicholas Lemme.

The conference is organized by the Director of Schola Cantus Angelorum, Dr. Lynne Bissonnette-Pitre MD, PhD, LGCHS and hosted by Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Medford, Oregon.

This Sacred Liturgy Conference is open to anyone interested in the treasures of the Catholic liturgy and promises to be intellectually, liturgically and spiritually enriching. Come join us in praise of God!

To find out more specifics about the schedule, accommodations, and how to register for the conference go to www.SacredLiturgyConference.org. You may also call 206-552-3400 or email [email protected]. Don’t delay, as space is limited and registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.

The Editors