Fall Sacred Music Workshop 2022 | Menlo Park, California
The Church Music Association of America is pleased to announce the first Fall Sacred Music Workshop for Chant and Polyphony. This four-day workshop offers participants the opportunity to study chant and polyphony with outstanding directors and presenters Dr. Horst Buchholz, Dr. Jennifer Donelson-Nowicka, David Hughes, Dr. William Mahrt, and Rev. Robert Pasley. We also welcome guest speakers Maggie Gallagher, of the Benedict XVI Institute, and Fr. Samuel Weber, of St. Patrick’s Seminary.
Participate in singing the beautiful liturgies with the CMAA on September 15, 16, and 17 at St. Patrick’s Seminary in the Archdiocese of San Francisco, California. Join in with morning and night prayer and enjoy an evening with sung Vespers and an organ recital.
Lodging will be available at Vallombrosa Retreat Center during the workshop. Full meals and lodging are available for participants. Commuter options also available.
Schola Cantus Angelorum is pleased to announce the 9th annual Sacred Liturgy Conference June 1-4, 2021 in Spokane, WA.
This year’s theme “The Incarnation in the Holy Eucharist” will illuminate the Incarnation as inseparable from the Cross, Resurrection, and the Holy Eucharist. The lectures will take place in the conference center of the Ruby River Hotel and four beautiful Gregorian liturgies including one in the ancient Dominican Rite will be celebrated at St. Aloysius Catholic Church and the Cathedral of Our Lady of Lourdes.
We are most grateful this year to be joined by Archbishop Thomas E. Gullickson, the former apostolic nuncio to Switzerland. Archbishop Gullickson will deliver the keynote address and celebrate the Pontifical Mass of Corpus Christi in the Extraordinary Form, with Eucharistic Procession, and Benediction.
Other distinguished faculty memberswill include: Bishop Thomas A. Daly, Mother Miriam of the Lamb of God, OSB,, Fr. Robert Elias Barcelos,OCD, Fr. Joseph Levine, Fr. Theodore Lange, Fr. Gabriel Mosher, OP, Fr. David Gaines, Dr. Lynne Bissonnette-Pitre, Dr. Anthony Clark, Dr. Kevin Clarke, Dr. Patrick M. Owens, Professor Ed Schaefer, Lucas Viar and Alex Begin.
An alternative to attending this year’s conference in person will be to watch a high-quality livestream of all lectures and selected workshops. “We encourage those unable to attend,to join together with family, friends, prayer and parish groups to create your own ‘mini conferences’ as we explore the incalculable depths and treasures of the Incarnation and the Holy Eucharist.”Additionally, scholarships for virtual viewing of the conference are available at no cost to all enrolled Seminarians. From its modest beginnings in 2013 the Sacred Liturgy Conference has grown into the largest liturgical conference in North America with participants coming from throughout the United States and beyond. The conference is open to anyone interested in the treasures of the Catholic Faith, and promises to be intellectually, liturgically, and spiritually enriching.
Come join us as we deepen our understanding and love for the Holy Eucharist, the Catholic Faith,and the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. To find out more specifics about the schedule, accommodations, and how to register for the conference, go to sacredliturgy.org. You may also call (503) 558-5123 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Space is limited due to current state regulations of in person events so register today!