Why is it essential to foster in oneself and one’s family and parishioners a vibrant spiritual life — especially in the liturgy — and especially for the high point of the Church’s liturgical season, the Easter Triduum?
This year’s upcoming Adoremus Conference, held during Lent 2020 at the historic Sacred Heart Chapel in Covina will seek to answer this and other questions related to the spirituality of the Triduum liturgies.
Speakers at the conference include Jesuit Father Joseph Fessio, founder and editor of Ignatius Press and founding member of the Adoremus Society; Dr. Anthony Lilles, academic dean of St. Patrick’s Seminary and University in Menlo Park and a specialist in the Church’s mystical traditions; and Christopher Carstens, editor of Adoremus Bulletin, instructor at the Liturgical Institute-University of St. Mary of the Lake, Mundelein, IL, and director of the Office for Sacred Worship in the Diocese of La Crosse, WI.
The daylong event begins at 8:45 am with Morning Prayer and concludes with Mass at 4:15 pm. The conference program kicks off with a keynote introduction by Father Fessio, and Lilles and Carstens will be presenting sessions throughout the day. In his keynote, Father Fessio will speak on “Praying with Jesus,” while Lilles and Carstens will present on “Developing a Liturgy Spirituality,” and reflecting on how that spirituality can be integrated into the liturgies of Holy Thursday, Good Friday, the Paschal Vigil, and throughout the Easter season.
Cost to attend the conference is $35.00 and includes lunch and amenities. To register, visit the conference page at Virgin Most Powerful Radio’s website: www.virginmostpowerfulradio.org/adoremus-conference/.