Sacred Liturgy Conference This June in Salem Oregon

Yesterday, I posted the announcement of the upcoming Pontifical High Mass with Archbishop Sample at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, DC.

It was then brought to my attention that Archbishop Sample — along with a fantastic lineup of liturgical speakers — will also be at the Sixth Annual Sacred Liturgy Conference in Salem, Oregon, this coming June. The theme is “Transfiguration in the Eucharist.” Here’s a glimpse of just the first page of the all-star cast of speakers:

I’ve never had the good fortune of making it to any of these conferences, but if I had to pick one to go to, this would quickly rise to the top of my list. Registration is open now, so with the conference just three months away, it’s time to start making your plans.

From the conference website, some more of the details:

Schola Cantus Angelorum is pleased to announce the sixth annual Sacred Liturgy Conference to be held in Salem, Oregon, June 27-30, 2018.  The theme is “Transfiguration in the Eucharist” and will focus on the Eucharist as the way of beholding Jesus in His glory.

Special guest speakers will include Bishop Athanasius Schneider from Astana, Kazakhstan, Rev. Cassian Folsom, OSB from Norcia, Italy, Bishop James D. Conley from Lincoln, NE and many other distinguished presenters.

Registration includes an opening night reception, twelve lecture presentations, Q&A session, two catered lunches, a dinner banquet and four beautiful Gregorian liturgies celebrated in both forms of the Roman rite and the Dominican rite.  There will also be opportunities for confession, Eucharistic adoration and fellowship.  In addition, Alex Begin will conduct workshops for priests, deacons and seminarians on celebrating the Extraordinary Form of the Mass and Nicholas Lemme will lead his very popular workshops on learning the basics of Gregorian chant.

As with yesterday’s post about the upcoming Mass in DC, I have no affiliation of the event and this is not a sponsored post. Getting the word out to interested Catholics so they can be a part of these events is simply a part of our mission to rebuild Catholic Culture and restore Catholic Tradition.

 

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