#BeTransfigured

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YOUNG ADULT LITURGY CONFERENCE

TRANSFIGURED

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MUNDELEIN, IL JUNE 26-28, 2020

WELCOME

Join us for a liturgical study weekend, where you will get a first-hand look at what it's like to attend The Liturgical Institute on our beautiful 1,000 acre campus in Mundelein, Illinois.

 

Participate in fun and challenging classroom lectures with Liturgical Institute faculty members. Each day will be enriched by sung Mass and chanted Liturgy of the Hours. Your room and all your meals are included in the registration fee.

 

Whether you’re new to the Catholic Church and want to learn more about the Sacred Liturgy, or you’ve been attending Mass your whole life and want to dig deeper, you will not want to miss this unique opportunity. 

 

You won’t be changed, you’ll be transfigured. 

WHY TRANSFIGURED?

God wants us to share in His own divine life, and so He sent His Son to bring humanity into the very life of the Trinity. He gave a pledge of this great gift at the Transfiguration, where Christ and His garments became dazzlingly white, radiant with the light of heaven.

 

Christ continues to plead for us at the right hand of God, asking that all of humanity share in what He shares in: the heavenly energy that makes human beings fully alive. The sacramental life of the Church, especially the Mass, is how this divine life is given to us. Going to Mass is more than mere duty. It is the eternal opportunity to be formed into the very likeness of God.

Learn more about how to receive this divine life.

Become informed. Become radiant. Be Transfigured.

 

“The Son of God became man so that we might become God.” –Saint Athanasius

 

SCHEDULE

Friday June 26

3:30 pm

4:15 pm

5:00 pm

6:00 pm

7:00 pm

8:30 pm

Check-in and Registration 

Chanted Evening Prayer

Sung Mass

Dinner

Dr. David Fagerberg

Social with drinks and light snacks

Saturday June 27

Breakfast

Chanted Morning Prayer

Sung Mass

Rev. John Kartje

Alexis Kutarna

Lunch

Dr. Denis McNamara

Dr. Lynn Boughton

Chanted Evening Prayer

Dinner

Dr. Timothy O'Malley

Social with drinks and light snacks

7:30 am

8:30 am

9:00 am

10:00 am

11:15 am

1:00 pm

2:15 pm

3:30 pm

5:00 pm

6:00 pm

7:00 pm

8:30 pm

Sunday June 28

Breakfast

Chanted Morning Prayer

Sung Mass

Most Reverend Joseph Perry

Check-out

7:30 am

8:30 am

9:00 am

10:30 am

12:00 pm

 

EARLY BIRD PRICING Ends on March 31st

$325

Single Room Registration

$275

Shared Room Registration

$250

Commuter Registration*

CONFERENCE PRICING

$375

Single Room Registration

$325

Shared Room Registration

$300

Commuter Registration*

*Commuter registration fee includes all meals but does not include a room.

STUDY WEEKEND FACULTY

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Celebrant for Lauds and Mass on Sunday June 28th

Topic - Vatican II And the Mass: Eye Witness Perspective of a Seminarian

Auxiliary Bishop of Chicago

Most Reverend Joseph Perry

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Professor of Theology at University of Notre Dame

Dr. David Fagerberg

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Topic - The Word of God and Liturgy

Rector of Mundelein Seminary & Liturgical Institute Faculty

Rev. John Kartje

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Topic - Liturgy and Beauty

Director, Center For Culture and Beauty at Benedictine College

Dr. Denis McNamara

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Topic - How To Chant

Liturgical Institute Alumna 

Mrs. Alexis Kutarna

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Topic - Origins and Developments of the Liturgical Year

Liturgical Institute Faculty

Dr. Lynne Boughton

 
 

LOCATION INFO

The University of Saint Mary of the Lake Mundelein Seminary

1000 East Maple Avenue, Mundelein, IL 60060

Chartered in 1844 and established on this campus in 1921, The University of Saint Mary of the Lake/Mundelein Seminary includes the major seminary of the Archdiocese of Chicago with a national and international reach. While you are here at the conference you can take in the beauty of our entire 1,000-acre campus.

 

In total, USML served over 900 students this past year. As a graduate school of theology, the University has an enrollment of nearly 300 degree-seeking students, of which over 200 are seminarians preparing for service as diocesan priests in nearly 40 dioceses worldwide. Additionally, our specialized Institutes of Diaconal Studies, Lay Formation, Ongoing Formation, along with The Liturgical Institute and Instituto de Liderazgo Pastoral, prepare more than 400 women and men for roles of vocational service.