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New 10 Week Course at the National Centre for Liturgy – February 2019The National Centre for Liturgy began its 44th academic year on 24 September 2018. In the first semester it successfully offered parishes a ten week course Leading the Christian Assembly in Public Prayer with 24 people are participating in this course.
The new semester, beginning on 4 February 2019, offers parishes the opportunity of participating in another 10 week course: Sacraments: Parish Celebrations on Life’s Journey.
This new course sets out to offer participants an overview of Christian Marriage; of Christian initiation for Children – their baptism as children; of the Order of Penance and of the Order of Christian Funerals. This course will also look at some other elements such as the ministry of hospitality and welcome.
The course consists of 10 two-hour sessions and will begin on Wednesday 6February, at 10.00 a.m. in the National Centre for Liturgy, St Patrick’s College, Maynooth.
The National Centre for Liturgy also offers participants the opportunity to join them in the following 10 week courses that are part of the full academic programme for 2018-19: Christian Initiation: Baptism and Confirmation; Christian Initiation: The Eucharist – Celebration and Theology; Pastoral Issues in Contemporary Parish Communities: Moving Forward with Liturgical Confidence .
Following class each day, there is the Celebration of Eucharist in St Mary’s Oratory at 12.05. Participants are welcome to take part.
Downoload:Sacraments: Parish Celebrations on Life’s JourneyThe National Centre for Liturgy is committed to the work of liturgical formation in parishes.
Launch of Canaimis – Ceol don Aifreann 31 January 2019
Canaimis – Ceol don Aifreann has been prepared by the National Centre for Liturgy, in association with the Advisory Committee on Church Music of the Bishop’s Conference of Ireland. This anthology of music for the Irish Church is a resource for all involved in music ministry and for all who gather to celebrate the Eucharist.
With the publication of An Leabhar Aifrinn Rómhánach, translating the third edition of the Missale Romanum, this anthology brings together, for the first time, a number of well.known Mass setting. suitably adapted, as well as mjusic composed since the new translation was approved.
The anthology will be launched by Veritas Publications in Holy Cross College, Clonliffe Road, Dublin 9 on Thursday, 31 January 2019 at 7.00pm. All are welcome.
Download the press releases from Veritas Publications: Canaimis – Press Release English
Courses in Liturgy, Academic Year 2018-19The National Centre for Liturgy began the new academic year
2018-19 on Monday, 24 September 2018.
Classes are held on Tuesdays and Wednesdays throughout the academic year beginning at 10.00am and concluding at 4.00pm each day. (See Courses)
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Celebrating the Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy on its 50th Anniversary, 22 November 2013
Download: Though We Are Many – Bernard Sexton
Sprinkling Rite (Mass of St Mel) – John O’Keeffe
Be Merciful – Ian Callinan
Hold Us In Your Mercy – Ian Callinan
The Lord is Compassion and Love – Oliver Hynes
Faithful is the Lord – Liam Lawton/John O’Keeffe
Canticle of Revelation – J. Columba McCann O.S.B.
Responsorial Psalm, St Patrick, Principal Patron of Ireland – Paul Flynn
Responsorial Psalm, The Ascenstion of the Lord – Paul Flynn
One Bread, One Body, One Lord – Ian Callinan
Heart Of Our Love – J. Columba McCann O.S.B.
Joy For The World – Liam Lawton
Christ Has Died – Frank O’Donnell
|Advisory Committee on Church MusicCollege Chapel, Maynooth
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in Liturgical Organ PlayingThe Advisory Committee on Church Music facilitates tuition in liturgical organ for the Church in Ireland.
The National Centre for Liturgy intends to provide an additional venue during the academic year at St Patrick’s College, Maynooth. This opportunity will be convenient to potential liturgical organists in the surrounding areas.
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