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10 NOVEMBER @ MARAYONG PARISH

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: FR PETER WILLIAMS V.G. E.V.

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Timetable

9.15 – 9:45
Arrival & Registration

9.45
Introduction

10.00
Keynote Speaker, Fr Peter Williams VG EV

11.00
Morning tea

11.20
Workshop 1
Choice of 10 Workshops

12.10
Workshop 2
Choice of 10 Workshops

1.00
Lunch

1.30
Workshop 3
Choice of 10 Workshops

2.20
Summary & Prayer

3.00
Finish

– Timetable subject to change
– Morning Tea & Lunch Provided in ticket price.

Workshops

See below for a full list of presentations and speakers.

  • Tuning In - Using Visual Display Systems to Support Liturgy

    Many churches now have TVs and projectors just as we would have at home or at work, but using them for a liturgical purpose is unique. This workshop will explore the advantages and challenges of using this technology in the liturgy. Practical principles and guidelines will be shared to help those using this technology in liturgy to empower the assembly to participate, without tuning out from the ‘live action’ of liturgical prayer.

  • Singing the Psalms

    When we sing the psalms, the combination of sacred music and words are not simply a nice touch, singing forms an integral part of the solemn liturgy. 1156, 1158 CCC

  • Liturgical Music in a (Primary/Secondary) school setting

    Highlighting the importance of link between school and parish music settings. Identify purpose of different hymns in the context of the liturgy (Word/Eucharist) Examine some examples of hymns from Catholic Worship Book II Professional Learning Standards: 6.2.2, 7.4.2

  • Focusing on Advent in schools

    A look at the Liturgical year and how prayer in the classroom can change accordingly. There will be particular focus on Advent and how it can be brought to life in the busyness of the end of the school year. Professional Learning Standards: 2.1.2, 6.2.2

  • The Liturgical Role of the Sacristan

    This presentation will look at the books used during the celebration of Mass and how to set them, the laying out of vestments and the looking after of sacred vessels. Helpful for Parish sacristans, acolytes and servers alike.

  • Liturgy of the Word in Schools

    A close look at the components of the Liturgy of the Word and how to plan for one in your school/classroom. Professional Learning Standards: 3.2.2

  • Preparing for a School Mass

    This presentation will look at how to choose and prepare for a school Mass following the rubrics of the General Instruction of the Roman Missal (GIRM).

  • Acolytes and Adult Servers

    For those already serving at the altar – this workshop looks at the ministry of adult servers and acolytes.

  • Training Junior Altar Servers

    Not sure how to train junior altar servers? This presentation covers general norms and principles in training junior servers.

  • Laying Down a Safe Foundation in Serving Others

    Join us for an opportunity to develop the steps in laying down a safe foundation in our ministry work. This workshop will explore how we safeguard the people we minister to, the Parish, the Diocese and ourselves. Building a safe ministry focuses on spiritual, physical and emotional well-being, participation and safety for ourselves and others. It requires an understanding of risk management, exercise and legal responsibility but also an expression of Micah 6:8 ‘to see justice, love mercy and walk humbly before our God’. Ultimately, a strong and safe foundation, with Jesus as our cornerstone, allows for the most God-honouring ministry work to be undertaken.

  • Proclaiming the Word

    “In the readings … God speaks to his people” (GIRM #55) This workshop covers practical skills, tips and strategies to effectively proclaim the word.

  • RCIA – Ritual & Symbol

    This workshop highlights the use of ritual and symbol in the RCIA process focusing particularly on the Presentation of Names and the Rite of Election

  • Preparing Baptism Teams in Parishes

    Preparing parents for the baptism of their child is an important ministry. This workshop focuses on the pastoral approach to this ministry including the use of various resources.

  • We are Called to serve

    We are a community of faith called to serve! Through baptism we are invited into a life of discipleship – an invitation to prayer and service.

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