Liturgy

David Haas in Dunedin!  

11 October 2017, Church of the Holy Name, 420 Great King St., Dunedin

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David Haas, American author and composer of contemporary Catholic liturgical music, will be in Dunedin this October.  His best known songs include "Blest Are They," "You Are Mine," "We Are Called," "We Have Been Told," "Now We Remain," "The Name of God," "Song of the Body of Christ", and "Glory to God.".  In 1991 David was nominated for a Grammy Award for the recording of I Shall See God.

David will be in Dunedin on 11 October 2017 to do two sessions with us at Holy Name (420 Great King St., Dunedin).

Cost:  $15 per session

1:30-3:30pm, afternoon retreat session: 

"That You Might Have Life: Spirituality and the Call to Holiness for Pastoral Musicians"

Description: As liturgical musicians, we too often get caught up in the many tasks and responsibilities of our pastoral work, and as important as these things are - we need to nurture ourselves in our prayer life and our spiritual walk.  During this session we will examine 12 spiritual practices that can help us all grow in our faith life, and thus, more effectively center ourselves into the message and mission of liturgical music.

 

7-9pm, evening workshop:

"Music and the Mass: Step by Step"

Description: This workshop is designed to be a step-by-step, "walk through" of the Eucharistic Liturgy.  We will examine the four major ritual units (Gathering, Word, Table and Mission), and do an inventory of what the ritual moments call for in terms of music, and ultimately, their deeper and more prayerful purpose.  

 

Links for more on David Haas:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Haas

https://www.giamusic.com/bios/david-haas

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gBPA4mIJ5NY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K7sX5DVggIM

 

Other Music Resources:

Chris Skinner at a concert in Bluff

Chris Skinner at a concert in Bluff

Chris Skinner's Hopetoun Ordinary, is available on the National Liturgy Office's website.  Click here to download and print the entire Mass setting sheet music for free or to hear audio versions of each part.

 

 

Liturgy of the Word Resources

Lector Guidelines:  Click here to download full document on Lector Guidelines.  Here you can read about practical ways on how to best proclaim the Word of God for those interested in reading at Mass.