9-13 Feb: in depth TLM workshop for priests – Mundelein, IL (Chicago)

From Fr. Haynes at St. John Cantius in Chicago:

The Canons Regular of St. John Cantius, in conjunction with the Archdiocese of Chicago, are offering Traditional Latin Mass Training Workshops for priests and seminarians.

Private Altar at Cardinal Stritch House, Mundelein, IL

Those interested to learn the Extraordinary Form of the Latin Roman Rite (1962 Missale Romanum) will have a special opportunity over a period of five days to study the Traditional Latin Mass with the Canons Regular, as well as an opportunity to gain experience with the Traditional Roman Liturgy through hands-on demonstration, conferences and question/answer sessions.

Instruction in the celebration of the Extraordinary Form

Each day the Mass will be celebrated according to the 1962 Missale Romanum. Low Mass and High Mass will be celebrated at all workshops.

Our workshops provide:
•    Instruction in the Rubrics of the 1962 Missale Romanum
•    Instruction in the Low Mass (Missa Privata)
•    Instruction in the High Mass (Missa Cantata)
•    Instruction in the Gregorian Chant for the Priest
•    Instruction in the Pronunciation of Ecclesiastical Latin

For more information

To register for the Training Workshop for Priests to be held at Mundelein’s Cardinal Stritch House from February 9-13, 2009, click here to download the registration form…

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7 Responses to 9-13 Feb: in depth TLM workshop for priests – Mundelein, IL (Chicago)

  1. No one of consequence says:

    I’d really love a web site that would explain how priests (or subdeacons or deacons) are to chant the Collect, Epistle, Gospel, etc. Anyone know of – or want to create – such a site? Or anyone know of any other “training tools” on this that are easily available? The chants for the Ordinary are in the Missal – the chants for the choir (Ordinary and Proper) don’t seem hard to find – but I haven’t found anything on the chants I’m now asking about.

  2. nw says:

    No one of consequence,

    Take a look at the English language Liber (available on the CMAA website as a pdf file); it has all the tones and instructions for applying them in the explanatory notes at the front.

  3. No one of consequence says:

    nw: THANK YOU.

  4. Steven says:

    Every time I read about the growth of the TLM I’m happy for the people in dioceses where bishops and priests have been so wonderful in implementing Summorum Pontificum (SP). I’m also at a loss at the way Summorum Pontificum has been totally ignored parish and my diocese, which is the Dallas Diocese. Why is there such opposition to SP in many parishes and dioceses? Can’t those priests and bishops see the examples and successes of those parishes and dioceses that have implemented SP?

  5. ssoldie says:

    Hey! Steven, don’t feel like the lone ranger, the Duluth Diocese, has only one, and thats in Duluth, some of us drive approx one hour to the TLM to the St Cloud Diocese (they have three TLM), to a small town in Flensburg,”Sacred Heart”, with a wonderful 88 yr old priest.They have 18 alter boys, and the Mass is always full, and lots of young adults, little kids and babies. That is what you call awesome.

  6. I’m hoping to make the session in May! Anyone else going then?

  7. Phil says:

    “I’m also at a loss at the way Summorum Pontificum has been totally ignored parish and my diocese, which is the Dallas Diocese. Why is there such opposition to SP in many parishes and dioceses? Can’t those priests and bishops see the examples and successes of those parishes and dioceses that have implemented SP?”

    The bishops and priests in other places have obviously taken a close look at their situations and have seen little interest in the Latin Mass. They know best if there’s strong interest in their parishes and dioceses for the traditional Mass. And they act accordingly.

    In Dallas, for example, your leaders know if there’s support for the traditional Mass and obviously they’ve determined there isn’t.