Update on the Roman Missal

New Resource Now Available–With One Voice

With One Voice: Translation and Implementation of the Third Edition of the Roman Missal, a compilation of four essays by the Most Rev., Gerald Kicanas, Rev. John Foster, Very Rev. Mark Francis, and Rev. Paul Turner, is now available through USCCB.

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New Resource Now Available–With One Voice

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With One Voice: Translation and Implementation of the Third Edition of the Roman Missal, a compilation of four essays by the Most Rev., Gerald Kicanas, Rev. John Foster, Very Rev. Mark Francis, and Rev. Paul Turner, is now available through USCCB.

Commissioned by the Federation of Diocesan Liturgical Commissions, these four essays provide a foundation upon which to develop catechesis to prepare for and implement liturgical celebrations guided by the new English translation of the Roman Missal.

The four essays cover the following topics.

Liturgical Leadership in a Time of Change (Kicansas)
Liturgical Implementation of the Roman Missal (Foster)
Liturgical Participation of God’s People (Francis)
Divining the Vernacular of Ritual Texts (Turner)
Visit USCCB to order copies of this resource. 

New Graphics at Roman Missal Site  
 
The Roman Missal Web site will soon include downloadable graphic files that can be used

To print large-scale banners to display on a Church or school door
To put the logo and insignia of the Roman Missal implementation on folders, training materials, or other paper products
To create large-size posters to hang on bulletin boards or in public areas to promote the implementation
Visit the site for these and other resources to use in your implementation. 

Workshops for Priests and Diocesan Leaders  
 
Next Available Sites
For priests and diocesan leaders only
Sites for August and September include:

August 24-25 (San Francisco, CA)
September 7-8 (Oklahoma City, OK)
September 22-23 (Boston, MA)
September 29-30 (Seattle, WA)
Registration is available online.

These workshops are sponsored by the Federation of Diocesan Liturgical Commissions and the USCCB Secretariat of Divine Worship. They provide training for diocesan leaders and priests (or in parishes without a priest, the Parish Life Coordinator appointed by the Bishop) on the implementation of the third edition of the Roman Missal.