Pontifical Institute of Liturgy

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Summer Courses 2019

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BACHELOR’S IN SACRED LITURGY

The Bachelor’s in Sacred Liturgy is aimed at preparing students for the study of the Liturgy, through a liturgical and theological formation of the reading of the sources and the literature of the great authors of liturgical science, so that “the faithful express in their lives and manifest to others the mystery of Christ and the genuine nature of the true Church” (SC. 2). The SL.B. provides the requirements for access to the License in the Sacred Liturgy..

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Thesaurus Italiæ Liturgicus

Scientific research project The project Thesaurus Italiæ Liturgicus which was funded by the Italian Episcopal Conference, is promoted in particular by the National Liturgical Office and supported by the Pontifical Institute of Liturgy of the Pontifical University Sant’Anselmo (Rome). The project intends to identify the manuscripts, identify them by type, curate their description, and facilitate their online consultation. For the description of the liturgical manuscripts, Manus will be used online with the Mol liturgical specifications implemented by the Istituto Centrale del Catalogo Unico del Ministero dei Beni e le Attività culturali e il Turismo, based on indications provided by prof. Giacomo Baroffio with the collaboration of the Ufficio Nazionale per i beni culturali ecclesiastici e l’edilizia di culto della Conferenza Episcopale Italiana.

Events

VI Memorial “Pere Tena” of Liturgical Pastoral Care

Tuesday 11 February 2020 at 5.30 pm the Liturgical Pastoral Center in Barcelona will confer to Prof. Dr. Juan Javier Flores Arcas OSB the VI Memorial “Pere Tena” of Liturgical Pastoral Care.
Pere Tena i Garriga was emeritus auxiliary bishop of Barcelona and specialist in liturgical pastoral care. In 2001 he received the Dottorato Honoris Causa from the Pontifical Institute of Liturgy of Sant’Anselmo in Rome.

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