PAUL VI INSTITUTE OF LITURGY
Programs for 2013
Arrival: day before (afternoon); Departure: day after.
Participants are requested to bring writing materials.
Registration Fee: Php 3,500.00 (inclusive board and lodging)
February 12-14: LITURGY OF THE HOURS (for women religious)
The seminar will deal with the theology and the celebration of the liturgy of the hours in religious communities of women.
February 26-28: THE CELEBRATION OF MASS BY TRANS-PAROCHIAL MOVEMENTS (for Liturgy Directors, Parish Priests and Leaders of Trans-parochial Movements)
This seminar will clarify the liturgical norms regarding particular observances of Trans-parochial in the celebration of Holy Mass.
March 12-14: REVISION OF DEVOTIONAL PRAYERS
The Directory on Liturgy and Popular Piety will be studied, to be followed by workshops on how to revise devotional prayers like novenas in accord with the provisions in the Directory. Participants are encouraged to bring copies of devotional prayers in need of revision.
July 9-11: DO'S AND DON'TS IN THE LITURGY (for directors of liturgy commissions/committees in dioceses, parishes, and religious houses)
In this seminar the various norms on the correct celebration of Holy Mass, sacraments, and sacramentals will be discussed.
August 13-15: CATHEDRAL LITURGIES (for cathedral rectors and episcopal masters of ceremonies)
The nature, arrangement, and furnishings of cathedral churches and the types of liturgical celebrations therein will be studied.
September 3-5: CHRISTIAN FUNERALS
The seminar will address the norms on Christian funerals, including cremation, the local practices, cemeteries, mortuaries, and the role of funeral coordinators.
November 5-7 THE CELEBRATION OF MARRIAGE: CATECHESIS AND PLANNING (for those who instruct couples, wedding coordinators, and the couples themselves)
The couple should derive from the liturgy of marriage the grace of the sacrament. For this reason the liturgical ceremonies should be explained to them. Likewise the Church requires the observance of liturgical norms in the rite of marriage.
November 26-28: LITURGY OF HOLY ORDERS (for seminarians preparing for diaconate and priestly ordination and their formators)
For a fuller appreciation of this sacrament, it is necessary that the candidates are able to appreciate the significance of the various symbols and texts of the rite, especially the ordination prayers.
Liturgical inculturation was perceived by the council fathers to be of such consequence to the renewal of worship in local Churches that they approved four relatively long articles on the subject, namely arts. 37-40. Following the example of Christ, local Churches have the duty to incarnate themselves in the culture of their people. In inculturation they will find an effective tool for active and conscious participation. Through inculturation they will offer to Christ the treasures of their local culture that possesses beauty, dignity, and nobility worthy of divine worship.
This workshop is designed for liturgists of Asia. The program consists of lectures, group discussions, and inculturation projects. The peace and quiet, cool weather, and prayerful environment of Paul VI Institute of Liturgy provide an ideal setting for study, daily liturgical worship, and meals and recreation in common.
Venue: Paul VI Institute of Liturgy, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon, Philippines
Qualification: Liturgy Professor or Director of National/Diocesan Liturgy Commission
Maximum Number of Participants: 27 (10 from the Philippines; 17 from other Asian countries).
Facilitators: Asian Liturgists
Registration Fee: Funded
June 18-25: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF LITURGICAL INCULTURATION
Deadline for Registration: April 1, 2013
Arrival: June 17, 2013
Departure: June 26, 2013
1. Liturgical Inculturation according to the Constitution on the Liturgy
2. Pope John Paul II on Liturgical Inculturation
3. Instruction “Roman Liturgy and Inculturation”: Lectures and Workshops
4. Historical Models of Liturgical Inculturation
5. The Typical Edition of Liturgical Books: Lectures and Workshops
6. The Components of Culture: Lectures and Workshops
7. Methods of Liturgical Inculturation: Lectures and Workshops
October 7-15: THE INCULTURATION OF THE RITE OF CHRISTIAN MARRIAGE
Deadline for Registration: July 25, 2013
Arrival: October 7, 2013
Departure: October 16, 2013
1. Theological Premises of the Inculturation of the Rite of Marriage
2. Historical Overview of the Roman Rite of Marriage
3. The Typical Edition of the Rite of Marriage: Lectures and Workshops
4. Samples of Native Marriage Rites: Presentations and Discussions
5. Samples of Inculturated Rites of Christian Marriage: Presentations and Discussions
6. Workshops (by Country or Region): Identifying
a. Local or Traditional Marriage Symbols
b. Local or Traditional Linguistic Elements of Marriage Rites
TOPICS FOR 2014
1. Inculturation of the Sacrament of the Sick
2. Inculturation of the Rite of Christian Funerals
TOPICS FOR 2015
1. Inculturation of the Rite of Baptism
2. Inculturation of the Order of Mass
1. For inquiries and pre-registration, email Mr. Carlos Evangelista: email@example.com
2. Applicants should submit their bio data, liturgical background, and letter of recommendation.
3. Acceptance of application shall be decided by the program committee of Paul VI Institute of Liturgy.
April 15-May 10: SUMMER MODULE IV
Arrival: April 14, 2013
Departure: May 11, 2013
Registration Fee: Php 15,000
D1 Bible and Liturgy
D2 Active Participation in Vatican II
D3 Masses with Children and Special Groups
D4 Liturgical Law
D5 Liturgical Vestments
D6 Liturgical Architecture and Furnishings
D7 Translation of Liturgical Books
D8 Mary in the Liturgy
May 20-May 31: LITURGICAL MUSIC MODULE
Arrival: May 19, 2013
Departure: June 1, 2013
Registration Fee: Php 10,000
M1 Beginners Level
Committee on PIL Programs:
Fr. Virgilio Hernandez (Chairman), Fr. Genaro Diwa, Msgr. Florencio Salvador,
Dean Josefina Manabat, Fr. Anscar J. Chupungco, OSB;
Registrar: Carlos Evangelista Jr., OP
For Pre-registration, please send the following information:
Title of the Module / Seminar / Training Program:
Archdiocese / Diocese:
Cellular Phone No:
Active E-Mail Address:
Date/Time of Arrival in Malaybalay:
Date/Time of Departure from Malaybalay:
Carlos S. Evangelista Jr., OP
INSTRUCTIONS/DIRECTIONS ON HOW TO REACH PAUL VI INSTITUTE OF LITURGY (PIL):
(In Cagayan de Oro: Applicable to both from Lumbia airport and from Puntod seaport.)
Upon reaching Cagayan de Oro, take a taxi cab and proceed to Agora bus terminal.
Upon reaching Agora bus terminal, take a Rural Transit air-conditioned bus
bound for Valencia/Malaybalay/Davao/Buda.
You can ask the security guard or the crew of the bus to be sure that it stops in Malaybalay City bus terminal.
Upon reaching Malaybalay City bus terminal, call or text Carlos and proceed to the area
in front of the Generic’s Pharmacy within the terminal compound.
We will fetch you there and bring you to the institute.
Reverse procedure when going back to Cagayan de Oro.
For those who will travel from Davao, please follow Step 3 or you may ask the crew of the bus to stop
and drop you at Barrio San Jose Elementary School or Barrio San Jose Chapel crossing (Malaybalay).
Call or text Carlos and we will fetch you there.
That in all things God may be glorified.