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Regarded as the “Dean of Filipino liturgists,” Fr. Chupungco is considered eminently qualified to write the Primer.
The Nation Meeting of Diocesan Directors of Liturgy in the Philippines issued this statement in favor of vernacular, inculturation, active participation, liturgical study, and lay ministry.
Pray Tell is pleased to present the paper given this week by Fr. Anscar Chunpungco, OSB, at the National Meeting of Diocesan Directors of Liturgy in the Philippines: Veneration of Saints.
Fr. Genaro Diwa, the new Executive Secretary of the Philippine Episcopal Commission on Liturgy (ECL), successor to Fr. Anscar Chupungco, OSB, says that new commission on liturgical music is being organized. The hope is to encourage Philippine composers to work in liturgical music. He also hinted that a national hymnal might be in the future.
Two surprise twists added a bit of mystery and honor to the second day of the National Meeting of Diocesan Directors of Liturgy (NMDDL). It was to be a day celebrating the twenty-five year history of the conference and more than forty years of implementing Sacrosanctum Concilium in the Philippines.
Anscar Chupungco, OSB, gave the opening address in the first session of the National Meeting of Diocesan Directors of Liturgy (NMDDL).