Tuesday, October 02, 2012

Sacra Liturgia 2013

 

The Bishop of Fréjus-Toulon, France, Monsignor Dominique Rey, has announced a major international conference on the Sacred Liturgy:

Sacra Liturgia 2013 to take place in Rome from June 25-28, 2013.

The conference brings together a wide range of renowned international speakers including Cardinals Ranjith and Burke, Archbishop Di Noia, Bishop Mark Aillet and Monsignors Guido Marini and Andrew Burnham, Bishop Dominique, Abbot Jean-Charles Nault OSB, Ignacio Barreiro, Father Uwe Michael Lang, Cong. Orat., Fr Paul Gunter OSB, Dr Guido Rodheudt, Don Nicola Bux, Dom Alcuin Reid, Dr Gabriel Steinschulte, Professor Miguel Ayuso, Mr Jeffrey Tucker.

Sacra Liturgia 2013 An international conference to study, promote and renew the appreciation of liturgical formation and celebration and its foundation for the mission of the Church, particularly in the light of the teaching and example of His Holiness, Pope Benedict XVI, falling within the Year of Faith called for by the Holy Father to commemorate 50 years since the start of the Second Vatican Council, in accordance with the pastoral recommendations for the Year of Faith issued by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.
“The Sacred Liturgy is at the centre of the new evangelisation,” Bishop Rey said. “The liturgy is the source and summit of the life and the mission of the Church,” he emphasised, “which is why, for the Year of Faith, we are following up on the success of our conference on Eucharistic Adoration (Adoratio 2011) with a conference specifically focussing on the liturgy and liturgical formation as the point of departure for the new evangelisation. In this we are following the example of the Holy Father, whose teaching and example continue to underline the fundamental and unique role of the Sacred Liturgy in all aspects of the life of the Church and its mission.”

1 comment:

Jacobi said...

At last, things seem to be moving!

Their task is really quite simple. Set the guidelines for the re-sacralisation of the Novus Ordo, back to what Sacrosanctum Concilium actually called for, namely the Mass of the Latin Rite with some limited alterations. This means we must, for instance,

re-orientate the Mass

curb excessive assumption by laity of clerical roles

re-establish the concept of “the privilege of the ordained” for those handling the Sacred Species and so again underpin belief in the Real Presence

re-introduce the universal language of the Church, Latin

bring back appropriate sacred music e.g., plain chat

This will do for a start.