Schola Cantus Angelorum is pleased to announce the 9th annual Sacred Liturgy Conference June 1-4, 2021 in Spokane, WA. This year’s theme “The Incarnation in the Holy Eucharist” will illuminate the Incarnation as inseparable from the Cross, Resurrection, and the Holy Eucharist. The lectures will take place in the conference center of the Ruby River Hotel and four beautiful Gregorian liturgies including one in the ancient Dominican Rite will be celebrated at St Aloysius and the Cathedral of Our Lady of Lourdes.
Archbishop Thomas E. Gullickson
“We are most grateful this year to be joined by Archbishop Thomas E. Gullickson the former apostolic nuncio to Switzerland. Archbishop Gullickson will deliver the keynote address and celebrate the Pontifical Mass of Corpus Christi in the Extraordinary Form, with Eucharistic Procession, and Benediction.”
Other distinguished faculty members: Bishop Thomas A. Daly, Mother Miriam of the Lamb of God, OSB, Fr. Robert Elias Barcelos, OCD, Fr. Joseph Levine, Fr. Theodore Lange, Fr. Gabriel Mosher, OP, Fr. David Gaines, Dr. Lynne Bissonnette-Pitre, Dr. Kevin Clarke, Dr. Patrick M. Owens, Professor Ed Schaefer, Lucas Viar and Alex Begin.
The registration fee includes fifteen conference lectures, six workshops, reserved seating at the liturgies, an opening reception, three catered lunches, coffee breaks and a concluding banquet dinner. So don’t delay as space is more limited this year due to current social distancing rules and you won’t want to miss this year’s Sacred Liturgy Conference!
An alternative to attending this year’s conference in person will be to watch a high quality livestream of all lectures and selected workshops. “We encourage those unable to attend to join together with family, friends, prayer and parish groups to create your own ‘mini conferences’ as we explore the incalculable depths and treasures of the Incarnation and the Holy Eucharist.” Scholarships for virtual viewing of the conference are also available to all enrolled Seminarians at no charge.
From its modest beginnings in 2013 the Sacred Liturgy Conference has grown into the largest liturgical conference in North America with participants coming from throughout the United States and beyond. Our mission however remains the same; to educate and inspire the faithful about the life changing realities of the Holy Sacrifice, to encourage dignity and beauty in the celebration of the Liturgy and to promote the use of Sacred Music according to the mind of the Church.
The conference is open to anyone interested in the treasures of the Catholic Faith, and promises to be intellectually, liturgically, and spiritually enriching. Come join us as we deepen our understanding and love for the Holy Eucharist, the Catholic Faith and the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.