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Notre Dame Center for Liturgy

32nd Annual Conference, 2004

Music in Catholic Worship
June 14-16, 2004

The year 2003 marked the anniversary of two liturgical documents that reshaped Roman Catholic Worship in the 20th century. On November 22nd we observed the 100th anniversary of Pope Pius X's motu proprio on liturgical music Tra le Sollecitudini, and on December 4th we marked the 40th anniversary of the Second Vatican Council's constitution on the sacred liturgy, Sacrosanctum Concilium. By emphasizing the integral connection between music and liturgy, both documents deepened our understanding of what "active participation" in liturgy means.

The Notre Dame Center for Liturgy remembered these anniversaries during its 32nd annual pastoral liturgy conference.

Keynote Session:
•  Fred Moleck, Ph.D.
   Liturgy and Music Before and After the Second Vatican Council

Plenary Sessions:
•   Edward Foley, Capuchin, Ph.D.
   Trent to Vatican II: From Unacknowledged Agenda to Musical Liturgy

•  Judith Kubicki, C.S.S.F., Ph.D.
   The Union of Rite and Music: Match Made in Heaven or on Earth?

•  J. Michael McMahon, D.Min.
   A Singing Church, A Sung Liturgy: Music in Worship Since Vatican II

•  Karen Westerfield Tucker, Ph.D.
   Music as a Language of Faith

Breakout Sessions:
•  Jane Bergeron O'Keefe, M.M.
   Integrating Music Ministry: Forming Intergenerational Choirs

•  Tony DiCello, M.M.
   Music in Seminary Formation Programs

•  Michael Driscoll, Ph.D.
   Music as Mystagogy

•  Steven Janco, S.T.L., M.C.M.
   Singing Unity in Diversity: Worship Music in the Multicultural Community

•  Michael Prendergast, M.A.
   Organizing a Musical Program for the Diocese or Parish

•  Lynn Trapp, D.M.A.
   The Musical Judgment: How to Recognize Quality Compositions

•  Kevin Vogt, D.M.A.
   The Human Voice: First Instrument of Praise

•  Steven Warner
   Forming Liturgical Musicians through Campus Ministry

 •  William Woeger, F.S.C., M.A.
   The Church as Exemplar and Patron of the Arts