At the recent Collegeville Conference on Music, Liturgy, and the Arts, Michael Silhavy (now at GIA Publications) gave a plenum presentation on Mass settings with the revised Missal translation. This post is based on his remarks and the participants’ comments.
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Multicultural liturgy seems to be the least popular of liturgical issues.
Fifty years after the opening of the Second Vatican Council in 1962 and in our first year implementing the new English missal, the Collegeville Conference on Music, Liturgy and the Arts looks at cultural diversity (how do we include ‘the other’?), generational diversity (where are the youth?), liturgical diversity (are we going backward or forward?), and diversity in architectural and musical styles. How is the Holy Spirit holding “the many” of us together?
It’s been eight months since new and revised Mass settings have come into use. How is it going?
The listing is intended to be a work in progress with new settings being added as they are announced or published. We welcome your additions and corrections.
June 20-23 at Saint John’s: the Collegeville Conference on Music, Liturgy, and the Arts: “Implementing the New Missal: Anxiety, Renewal, Opportunity.” With Michael Joncas, Paul Turner, Vicki Klima, Kim Kasling, Anthony Ruff, Michael Silhavy…
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Join us in Collegeville this summer for the Collegeville Conference on Music, Liturgy, and the Arts. This year’s theme: “Implementing the New Missal: Anxiety – Renewal – Opportunity.”
Come to Saint John’s this June for CCMLA: Implementing the New Missal: Anxiety, Renewal, Opportunity.
CCMLA, “New Music, New Texts: Preparing for a New Missal,” ran this week, Monday night through yesterday afternoon. It was a rousing success, with over 150 participants.
The Collegeville Conference on Music, Liturgy, and Art, “New Music, New Texts: Preparing for a New Missal” is filling up fast. June 21-24.