Some of our readership may be interested in learning of the upcoming 2009 Anglican Use Conference which will feature speakers such as Fr. John Saward -- himself an Anglican convert, and one who has been featured upon the NLM before, for his work in the context of both the reform of the reform and usus antiquior in Oxford, England.
The conference will take place at the beautiful Anglican use church of Our Lady of Walsingham in Houston, Texas.
Speakers will include:
Daniel Cardinal DiNardo, Archbishop of Galveston-Houston
Fr. John Saward, former Anglican priest and noted English Catholic theologian
Fr. James Moore, founding co-pastor of Our Lady of Walsingham Catholic Church
Mary C. Moorman, apologist and author
Dr. Hans-Jurgen Feulner, Professor of Liturgical Studies and Sacramental Theology at the University of Vienna.
The conference will include the following liturgies from the liturgical books of the Anglican use:
Solemn Evensong & Benediction (Preces & Responses by John Holmes, Evening Canticles in E Minor by Pelham Humphrey, and anthems by Orlando Gibbons)
Choral Matins (plainsong and Anglican chant)
Pontifical Solemn Mass according to the Book of Divine Worship, celebrated by Cardinal DiNardo (William Byrd's Mass for Five Voices)