The 2014 Annual Conference of the Society for Catholic Liturgy is set to take place at St. Mary’s Cathedral, Colorado Springs, Colorado on October 2-4, 2014.
The theme of the conference is: “The Temple Transformed: Liturgy, Art, Music, Architecture & the Fulfillment of the Old Testament”.
The keynote speaker of the conference is Bishop James D. Conley, bishop of Lincoln, Nebraska. Bishop Conley has been instrumental in enlivening interest in Gregorian chant and the other traditional liturgical arts in the Diocese of Lincoln since his relatively recent appointment to the diocese.
From the conference website:
Join us and our keynote speaker, Bishop James D. Conley, for the 2014 Annual Conference of the Society for Catholic Liturgy, when we will explore the relationship between the robust worship of the Old Covenant and that of the New. Scholarly presentations from a number of related fields will be given. In addition, the Pastoral Track of the conference has been revitalized to offer practical workshops for parish and diocesan personnel. Topics will range from music to art to the ars celebrandi, including introducing chant into a parish and training altar servers.
The SCL has sent out a call for submissions (see below), extending the deadline until June 30th.