Friday, October 20, 2006

Pictures of RICL Conference back in June

Some of you may recall that back in June I reported on the RICL Conference, Looking Again at the Liturgical Reform: The Implementation of Sacrosanctum concilium with Dr. Alcuin Reid and Dr. J. Richard Haefer, hosted by Fr. Neil J. Roy and Dr. Daniel van Slyke of the Research Institute for Catholic Liturgy in the Detroit, MI. area.

I've just received a few photographs of the liturgies of this event which was hosted in a former seminary in the Michigan area. There are also a couple of photographs of some of the people who attended the conference.

(Mass, celebrated by Fr. Neil J. Roy and concelebrated by Fr. Samuel Weber, OSB)

(Vespers led by Fr. Eduard Perrone of Assumption Grotto in Detroit)

(The schola, led by Fr. Samuel Weber, OSB)

(Some of the Conference attendees)

(More conference attendees, including some of the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist.)

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