Liturgy Week 2019 Recorded Lectures

The Pastoral State of Marriage and the Family Today

Archbishop José Gomez, Archdiocese of Los Angeles on "The Pastoral State of Marriage and the Family Today." This lecture was the keynote event during the 2019 Liturgy Week: Liturgy and the Domestic Church, hosted by the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy of the McGrath Institute for Church Life. June 18, 2019 at McKenna Hall, Notre Dame.

Liturgy Week 2019: The Liturgical Vocation of the Domestic Church

Dr. Timothy O’Malley, Academic Director of the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy at the McGrath Institute for Church Life, on the liturgical vocation of the domestic church as “seminarium caritatis,” the school of love. This lecture was originally a keynote during the 2019 Liturgy Week: Liturgy and the Domestic Church, hosted by the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy of the McGrath Institute for Church Life on June 18 at the Dahnke Ballroom, Notre Dame; however, due to a technological failure, the lecture was re-recorded in August 2019.

Liturgy Week 2019: A Sociological Analysis of Marriage and Family

Dr. W. Bradford Wilcox, Director of the National Marriage Project and Sociology Professor at the University of Virginia, offers a sociological analysis of marriage and family. This lecture was a keynote during the 2019 Liturgy Week: Liturgy and the Domestic Church, hosted by the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy of the McGrath Institute for Church Life. June 18 at McKenna Hall, Notre Dame.

Liturgy Week 2019: The Place of Technology in the Domestic Church

Dr. Brett Robinson, Director of Communications and Media Studies at the McGrath Institute for Church Life, explores the place of technology in the domestic church. This lecture was a keynote during the 2019 Liturgy Week: Liturgy and the Domestic Church, hosted by the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy of the McGrath Institute for Church Life. June 19 at McKenna Hall, Notre Dame.

Liturgy Week 2019: Liturgical Practice, Ethics, and Spirituality in the Family

Dr. Nichole Flores, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Virginia, on the intersection of liturgical practice, ethics, and spirituality in the family. This lecture was a keynote during the 2019 Liturgy Week: Liturgy and the Domestic Church, hosted by the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy of the McGrath Institute for Church Life. June 20 at McKenna Hall, Notre Dame.

Liturgy Week 2019: Sacramental Formation and the Domestic Church, Part 1

Dr. Timothy O’Malley, Academic Director of the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy at the McGrath Institute for Church Life, on the relationship between sacramental formation and the domestic church. This presentation is part 1 of a two-part workshop offered during the 2019 Liturgy Week: Liturgy and the Domestic Church, hosted by the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy of the McGrath Institute for Church Life. June 18 at McKenna Hall, Notre Dame.

Liturgy Week 2019: Sacramental Formation and the Domestic Church, Part 2

Dr. Timothy O’Malley, Academic Director of the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy at the McGrath Institute for Church Life, on the relationship between sacramental formation and the domestic church. This presentation is part 2 of a two-part workshop offered during the 2019 Liturgy Week: Liturgy and the Domestic Church, hosted by the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy of the McGrath Institute for Church Life. June 19 at McKenna Hall, Notre Dame.

Liturgy Week 2019: Forming the Sacramental Imagination of the Child through Literature, Part 1

The Rev’d. Dr. Daniel McClain, Chaplain to the College of William and Mary, on how to incorporate literature into the task of catechesis for children. This presentation is part 1 of a two-part workshop offered during the 2019 Liturgy Week: Liturgy and the Domestic Church, hosted by the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy of the McGrath Institute for Church Life. June 18 at McKenna Hall, Notre Dame.

 

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Liturgy Week 2019: Forming the Sacramental Imagination of the Child through Literature, Part 2

The Rev’d. Dr. Daniel McClain, Chaplain to the College of William and Mary, on how to incorporate literature into the task of catechesis for children. This presentation is part 2 of a two-part workshop offered during the 2019 Liturgy Week: Liturgy and the Domestic Church, hosted by the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy of the McGrath Institute for Church Life. June 19 at McKenna Hall, Notre Dame.

Liturgy Week 2019: Teaching Families to Sing, Part 1

Pedro Rubalcava, Director of Music Development and Outreach at Oregon Catholic Press, on practices that can form families in liturgical and devotional singing. This presentation is part 1 of a two-part workshop offered during the 2019 Liturgy Week: Liturgy and the Domestic Church, hosted by the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy of the McGrath Institute for Church Life. June 18 at McKenna Hall, Notre Dame.

Liturgy Week 2019: Teaching Families to Sing, Part 2

Pedro Rubalcava, Director of Music Development and Outreach at Oregon Catholic Press, on practices that can form families in liturgical and devotional singing. This presentation is part 2 of a two-part workshop offered during the 2019 Liturgy Week: Liturgy and the Domestic Church, hosted by the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy of the McGrath Institute for Church Life. June 19 at McKenna Hall, Notre Dame.

Liturgy Week 2019: Forming Families for Full, Conscious, and Active Participation, Part 1

D. Todd Williamson, Director of the Archdiocese of Chicago’s Office of Worship, on how to engage in liturgical formation for families. This presentation is part 1 of a two-part workshop offered during the 2019 Liturgy Week: Liturgy and the Domestic Church, hosted by the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy of the McGrath Institute for Church Life. June 18 at McKenna Hall, Notre Dame.

Liturgy Week 2019: Forming Families for Full, Conscious, and Active Participation, Part 2

D. Todd Williamson, Director of the Archdiocese of Chicago’s Office of Worship, on how to engage in liturgical formation for families. This presentation is part 2 of a two-part workshop offered during the 2019 Liturgy Week: Liturgy and the Domestic Church, hosted by the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy of the McGrath Institute for Church Life. June 19 at McKenna Hall, Notre Dame.

Liturgy Week 2019: Embodying the Sacramental Imagination in the Domestic Church

Jessica Keating, Program Director of the Notre Dame Office of Life and Human Dignity at the McGrath Institute for Church Life, on how the domestic church embodies the sacramental imagination. This presentation was offered during the 2019 Liturgy Week: Liturgy and the Domestic Church, hosted by the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy of the McGrath Institute for Church Life. June 20 at McKenna Hall, Notre Dame.

Liturgy Week 2019: Empowering the Domestic Church to Sing

Carolyn Pirtle, Program Director of the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy at the McGrath Institute for Church Life, on practices that can empower families to incorporate singing into their home prayer life. This presentation was offered during the 2019 Liturgy Week: Liturgy and the Domestic Church, hosted by the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy of the McGrath Institute for Church Life. June 20 at McKenna Hall, Notre Dame.

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