Thursday, April 13, 2006

Liturgical Coordinators' Gathering - April 26, 2006

As the winter rains leave and the heavy scent of lillies lingers thick in the air, liturgists and parish ministers often suffer from a debilitating disease called PTSD--Post Triduum Stress Disorder.

Symptoms include anxiety, sleeplessness, and nausea over questions like:
  • How will I "keep up" Easter for 8 whole weeks?
  • How do we do multilingual liturgies without confusing or boring the assembly.
  • What is Mystagogy and is it contagious?
  • Do I really have to do the Pentecost Sequence?

If you or someone you know suffers from PTSD, there's hope. Gather with others who have survived this disease and are living full liturgical lives after Triduum without the use of drugs.


Liturgical Coordinators' Gathering
Wednesday, April 26, 2006
10:00a - 12:00p
Saint Thomas Aquinas Parish
at Saint Albert the Great Church

Please RSVP with Bernard Nemis at
Nemis@dsj.org or 408-983-0126.


Other Liturgical Coordinators' Gathering dates for the year:

Tuesday, June 6, 2006, 10:00a - 12:00p, St. Elizabeth Parish

For more information, contact Diana Macalintal at Macalintal@dsj.org or 408-983-0136.


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