"1963 – 2013 Re-Discovering the Vision of the Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy" featuring Rita Ferrone

The Department of Theology and Philosophy invites the Barry community to a presentation
commemorating The 50th Anniversary of the Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy.

Rita Ferrone, MDiv, presents “1963 – 2013 Re-Discovering the Vision of the Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy.”

Date: Monday, Nov. 4, 2013
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: Andreas 112

The liturgical reform of the Second Vatican Council is the most far reaching in Catholic history. It is also the most visible sign and fruit of what the Council intended. What happened at Vatican II to generate this reform? What changed and why? Now, fifty years later, is Vatican II “old news” or can it still give fresh hope and direction to the Church today?

Please RSVP to: Vicki Bailey at 305-899-4887 or vbailey@barry.edu.

About the presenter:

Rita Ferrone, MDiv has worked for the Catholic Church in parishes, diocesan offices, and as an independent scholar, writer, and consultant. She is the author of several books about liturgy, including: Liturgy: Sacrosanctum Concilium, for which she won a Catholic Press Association award and is a regular contributor to Commonweal and other Catholic journals.

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