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Schola Cantus Angelorum is pleased to announce the 10th annual Sacred Liturgy Conference September 12-15, 2022 in Billings, Montana. This year’s theme is “The Holy Trinity in the Eucharist” and will look at this most essential aspect of our faith from the perspective of history, Biblical studies, the Church Fathers and Marian theology. The distinguished faculty of scholars and clergy will also focus on how the Holy Eucharist through the Mass is the perfect worship of the Holy Trinity.

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Archbishop Thomas E. Gullickson

“We are most grateful this year to be joined again by Archbishop Thomas E. Gullickson the former apostolic nuncio to Switzerland. Archbishop Gullickson will deliver the keynote address and celebrate the Pontifical Mass of The Exaltation of the Holy Cross followed by Eucharistic Procession with Relic of the Holy Cross.”

Other distinguished faculty members: Bishop Michael Warfel, Msgr. Richard Huneger, Sr. Mary Regina, MSSR, Dr. Aaron Riches, Dr. Lynne Bissonnette-Pitre, Dr. Kevin Clarke, Dr. John O’Neill, Sr. Caritas Marie, MSSR, Fr. Ryan Erlenbush, Fr. Bart Stevens, Fr. Theodore Lange, Fr. Joseph Levine, Fr. Joshua Clifton, Lucas Viar, Juan Navarrete and Taylor J. Giese.

Most of the lectures and Gregorian sung liturgies will take place at St Anthony Catholic Church in Laurel, Montana. The opening Mass, lecture and reception will be held at the Co-Cathedral of St Patrick, in Billings, Montana.  Click here for travel info and to find a local hotel to stay at during the conference.

The registration fee includes 17 conference lectures, 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 limited and you won’t want to miss this year’s Sacred Liturgy Conference!

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Our History

From its modest beginnings in 2013 the Sacred Liturgy Conference has grown into one of the largest liturgical conferences 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.