The “Ars Celebrandi” liturgical workshops started yesterday, on 11 July, at the Marian shrine in Licheń, Poland, with a solemn votive Mass and a procession with the litany of the saints for the intention of the workshops. This is the sixth edition of the world’s largest workshops of the traditional Roman Catholic liturgy.
“Ars Celebrandi” features workshops of varying levels for priests and altar servers, a Gregorian chant workshop for liturgical singers (separately for men and women), as well as an old Polish devotional singing workshop. In response to demands of some foreign participants, one of the altar servers’ workshops is held in English. In addition to practical teaching, some lectures are provided (e.g. on Dom Prosper Gueranger’s views on the Liturgical Movement or the liturgy in the Papal Chapel in the old days). Several Masses (solemn, sung or recited) will be celebrated and canonical hours will be held on an everyday basis. It is during these liturgies that the participants use their newly acquired skills.
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