Wednesday, July 05, 2017

Fota X Venue and Schedule Update

St Colman’s Society for Catholic Liturgy, which organizes Fota International Liturgy Conference every year, has asked me to post the following update. The Clarion Hotel at Lapp’s Quay, Cork City, the traditional venue for the conference, has recently changed its name to the Clayton Hotel.

The Conference will be held from July 8-10, and will explore the subject of Resourcing the Prayers of the Roman Liturgy: Patristic Sources. Here is the current program, subject to adjustment.

Saturday, July 8
8.15 Registration
9.30 Opening of the Conference
9.45-10.45 Joseph Briody: As He promised: Davidic Hope Resurgent - the Message of 2 Kings 25:27-30.
11.00-12.00 Markus Büning: Panis animarum – The Eucharist in St. Bernard of Clairvaux.
12.00 Lunch
3.00-4.00 Dieter Böhler SJ: Jerome and the Recent Revision of the German Einheitsübersetzung Bible.
4.15-5.15 Gregory DiPippo: The Patristic Sources of the Roman Lectionary in Lent.
7.30 pm Pontifical Vespers at Ss Peter and Paul, celebrated by His Eminence Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke

Sunday, July 9
11. 30 Pontifical High Mass at Ss Peter and Paul, celebrated by His Eminence Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke
4.00-5.00 João Paulo de Mendonça Dantas: The Eucharist in the thought of Nicholas Cabasilas
5.00-6.00 Mark Withoos: “ad audiendum silentium narrationis eius” (Ep. 147): Silence and Liturgy in St. Augustine.
6.30-7.30 Launch of Verbum Domini: Liturgy and Scripture edited by Fr. Joseph Briody (Proceeding of Fota IX)
8.00 Gala Dinner

Monday, July 10
9.30-10.30 His Eminence Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke: Early Sources of the Church’s Liturgical Discipline
10.45-11.45 Kevin Zilverberg: The Latin Fathers’ Daniel in Antiphons and Responsories
12.30 Solemn High Mass in St. Peter and Paul’s
2.45-3.45 Manfred Hauke: The Holy Eucharist in the Life and Work of Pope Gregory the Great.
4.00-5.00 Sven Conrad: The Christian Sacrifice according to St. Augustine: Prospectives taking into Consideration Joseph Ratzinger`s Approach.
5.00-6.00 Johannes Nebel: The Paradigmatic Change of the Post Conciliar Liturgical Reform from actio to celebratio in the Light of the Latin Fathers.

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