Liturgy Week

Liturgy and the Domestic Church

Liturgy Week is a 4-day conference providing continuing education for Catholic leaders in the area of liturgical and sacramental formation. The conference includes keynote addresses by bishops, academics and theologians, and nationally-renowned experts in liturgical and sacramental education.

  • Learn how the liturgical celebration is lived out in the daily life of the domestic Church.
  • Enjoy 4 days of continuing education and formation on the beautiful Notre Dame campus.
  • Select from tracks in liturgical formation, sacramental preparation, liturgical music, scriptural exegesis, and technology.
  • Connect with your peers working in parishes, dioceses, and campus ministries across the nation. 


 

The symposia are a gift that continue to benefit my work and help me to foster a deeper, more systematic understanding of ministry in my diocese.

Jonathan Sullivan, Diocese of Lafayette-in-Indiana

Details and Registration

Dates

June 17-June 20, 2019

Participants

Liturgists, musicians, catechists, campus ministers, and other parish and diocesan staff involved in the work of evangelization are invited to attend.

Every participant in Liturgy Week will receive a rich liturgical education, an opportunity for spiritual renewal, and a practical formation in contributing to the mission of liturgical evangelization in the parish and school.

Registration

Registration includes housing, meals and conference materials for Monday evening to Thursday lunch.

Check back soon for more information on registration!

Featured Speakers

Check back soon to see our 2019 lineup!

Curriculum

Specialized tracks are available for liturgists, musicians, catechists, academics interested in the liturgy, Catholic educators in schools, and those trained in Catechesis of the Good Shepherd.

Liturgy Week participants have access to educational offerings available online throughout the academic year to assist them in the work of liturgical formation.

Check back soon for a detailed agenda and curriculum.