The Sunday Liturgy of the Eucharist is fundamental to the faith journey of Catholics. In the liturgical calendar there are Sunday Mass themes, based on the scripture readings and devotions, which align well with the messages of “Faith: Love It, Learn It, Live It.” The Liturgy Team is thoughtfully reviewing the liturgical calendar and developing a Liturgy Guide as a resource for planning and preparing for the Sunday liturgy.
Pray, Proclaim, Profess and Praise
“We Pray, Proclaim, Profess and Praise” is a publication being created by our archdiocese, which will include suggestions and ideas to consider as you plan the Sunday liturgy. Topics include: Music, Thoughts for Homilists, and Prayers of the Faithful. Some weekends will have an emphasis that ties to “Faith: Love It, Learn It, Live It” and others will have the existing liturgical calendar focus. There will be an edition of “We Pray, Proclaim, Profess and Praise” for every Sunday. Parishes will be sent a package that covers a range of consecutive Sunday liturgies.
NOTE: As of March 1, 2013, the Liturgy Guide sections will no longer be mailed to the parishes. To curtail costs, the documents will be available to download, print and insert into your binder from the links below.
Download PDFs of the Liturgy Guide sections:
I. Table of Contents (current as of 11/6)
II. Fall Ordinary Time (September 9-November 25)
II. Advent/Christmas (December 2-January 13)
III. Winter Ordinary Time (January 20-27) and Lent (February 10 - March 24)
IV. Easter Season
Easter (March 31) and April Easter Sundays
V. Summer Ordinary Time
(May 26-June 9) Issue
Summer Ordinary Time (June 16-September 1, 2013)
September 2013 Issue
October and November 2013
Christ the King Sunday 2013
Click here for Bulletin Inserts and other Parish Materials
Additional items, such as bulletin covers/inserts/promotions, pew leaflets or other take home materials, are available for selected Sunday liturgies on the Parish Materials page. The use or distribution of these materials with the Sunday liturgy will be designed to help carry the message home.