MISAL ROMANO WORKSHOPS 2018
On September 14, 2017, Cardinal Daniel N. DiNardo, Archbishop of Galveston-Houston and President of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) announced a publication date for the long-awaited Misal Romano, tercera edición -- the Spanish translation of the third edition of the Roman Missal for use in the United States. The revised text may be used in the liturgy as soon as Pentecost 2018 and its use becomes mandatory of the First Sunday of Advent 2018.
This is an historic moment for the dioceses of the United States! It marks the first time that this country has its own Spanish-language edition of The Roman Missal. Therefore, the members of the FDLC are pleased to collaborate with the secretariat staff of the Bishops’ Committee on Divine Worship in order to offer information on this new liturgical text. In addition, the arrival of this U. S. edition of the Misal Romano creates a golden opportunity to provide liturgical formation to all the faithful! These nationwide workshops will not only examine the revised text, but will equip clergy, lay leaders, and pastoral musicians with resources to aid parish instruction.
2018 Study Week
January 16-19, 2018
The annual Southwest Liturgical Conference Study Week is a dynamic time of prayer, study, sharing and growth, leading to that “full, conscious and active participation” in the liturgical life of the church as envisioned by the Second Vatican Council. The Diocese of Cheyenne is excited to host the 2018 SWLC Study Week, “Awaken the Voice: Sing as One to the Lord,” as we mark the 10-year anniversary of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops document, Sing to the Lord. ValLimar Jansen, Bishop Mark Seitz, Dr. Steve Janco and Carmen Florez-Mansi will awaken our voices in praise and worship of God through their major addresses; all Clergy are invited to participate with Bishop Seitz in a day-long reflection on the Ars Celebrandi; Hispanic Musicians are invited to play, sing and grow as music ministers with the Hispanic Pastoral Musicians Day; and over 60 individual sessions will look at RCIA; art, architecture and worship spaces; children, youth and catechesis; and provide opportunities and experiences in education and formation for all.