February 2nd – Conference in Houston on the upcoming Ordinariate Missal

Fr. John Hodgins of Toronto has revealed details of the conference next Monday in Houston, following Sunday’s dedication of the North American Ordinariate’s new Chancery in the presence of Cardinal Levada.

Monday, Feb. 2, 2015

Conference for clergy, clergy wives, liturgists, music directors, etc., in anticipation of the publication of Divine Worship: The Missal.

9:00 am: Mass

10:00 am: Welcome. Msgr. Steven Lopes, “Introducing the New Missal”

11:30 am: Fr. Timothy Perkins, “The Rubrical Directory”

12:30 pm: Lunch

1:30 pm: Msgr. Kevin Irwin, “Ars Celebrandi in the Ordinariate”

2:30 pm: Br. John-Bede Pauly, OSB, “Singing the Minor Propers”

3:30 pm: Q & A with the Presenters

4:15 pm: Adjourn

5:30 pm: Dinner

7:30 pm: Public lecture by Msgr. Kevin Irwin, Catholic University of America:
“A Sacramental Church in a Technological World”

Fr. Hodgins also noted that the Missal is now in the final preparation phase and we can expect publication later in the year.

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3 Responses to February 2nd – Conference in Houston on the upcoming Ordinariate Missal

  1. If you wish to get a taste of Msgr. Irwin’s eucharistic theology, and thus of what his likely approach to Ars Celebrandi would be, a preview from his book, Models of the Eucharistic, is available on Google Books: https://books.google.com/books?id=s5lXdjPhT1AC&printsec=frontcover&dq=%22Kevin+W.+Irwin%22&hl=en&sa=X&ei=Ge_LVL9j1p7IBIOHgegM&ved=0CDAQuwUwAA#v=onepage&q=%22Kevin%20W.%20Irwin%22&f=false

  2. Foolishness says:

    I wish I could attend!

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