Latin Liturgy Association to hold Latin Liturgy Convention June 25-June 27, 2004 in Indianapolis

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40 years after the Second Vatican Council permitted greater use of the vernacular in Catholic liturgies, the Latin Liturgy Association will hold it's bienniel convention in Indianapolis to encourage Catholics to preserve their Latin liturgical heritage.

The Latin Liturgy Association will hold its biennial Convention from Friday evening, June 25 through Sunday afternoon, June 27 in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Keynote talk will be given by Mr. James Likoudis entitled “The Latin Liturgy: Quo Vadis?” The weekend will include a Vatican II Rite Latin High Mass, a Tridentine Rite Solemn Pontifical Mass, Solemn Vespers in Latin, and nine stimulating talks and workshops.

Other talks will include topics such as “Gregorian Chant: Music for the Few or the Many” by Dr. Lucy Carroll, “An Illustrated Introduction to the Dominican Rite” by Rev. Father Dennis Duvelius, F.S.S.P., an examination of the training received by Seminarians in the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter, a look at how a small chapel in New Jersey has flourished by offering the Traditional Mass and much more!

Cost is only $60 if paid by June 4 ($75 after June 4), including lunches on Saturday and Sunday. The liturgies will be held at St. John’s Church, Holy Rosary Church and Sacred Heart Church, all in Indianapolis.

Our Friday evening workshop “Give Gregorian Chant a Chance in Your Parish”, which will be held from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at The Hampton Inn, 105 S. Meridian Street, Indianapolis. This Chant workshop will give you the practical skills and resources to bring back Chant to your parish!

The cost to attend just the Friday evening Chant Workshop is $10.00. Detailed information can be found at http://www.latinliturgy.com or call the Latin Liturgy Association at 718-979-6685 and a detailed brochure will be mailed or faxed to you promptly.

If you love the Latin Mass and Gregorian Chant, you will not want to miss this event!

Additional information about the Convention, or the work of the Latin Liturgy Association, can be obtained by calling the Association’s President, William J. Leininger at 718-979-6685.

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