CONCERTS AND FESTIVALS
The Rosary Bowl-the largest outdoor celebration of the rosary in Southern California for nearly fifty years. Theme: "A World at Prayer Is a World of Peace." Place: The Rose Bowl, Pasadena. Sponsored by Holy Cross Family Ministries, Family Theater Productions, and the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. For more information, phone (800) 874-0999; e-mail: email@example.com; web: www.rosarybowl.org.
Concert and workshop with David Haas. Place: Holy Family Church. Contact Pat Catlin at (616) 891-1160.
"A Celtic Spiritual Evening": Liam Lawton performing at Carnegie Hall. The concert will feature Stephen Petrunak directing a festival choir comprised of several NPM choirs and choristers. Tickets are limited; please call the Carnegie Hall box office at (212) 247-7800 or visit http://www.carnegiehall.org online for tickets. To join the festival choir on stage, please contact John Hale at Classic Choir Tours: (313) 565-8888.
Concert and workshop with David Haas and Lori True. Place: St. Patrick Church. Contact Kathy LeVan at (937) 592-1656.
Los Angeles Religious Education Congress. Theme: "Stand in the Light/Permanecer en la luz." Youth Day March 1. Thirty workshops on liturgy and music. Additional information online: http://recongress.org/.
Notre Dame Center for Liturgy Conference. Theme: "A Day for the Lord: Sign of Contradiction?" Plenary speakers include Hindy Najman, Calinic Berger, Owen Cummings, Frederick Bauerschmidt, and Lawrence Cunningham. Breakout sessions, prayer, Eucharist, banquet, and events. Place: Center for Continuing Education, McKenna Hall, University of Notre Dame du Lac. Contact: Notre Dame Center for Liturgy, 1224 Hesburgh Library, Notre Dame, IN 46556. Phone: (574) 631-5435; fax: (574) 631-8553; web: liturgy.nd.edu.
104th Annual National Catholic Educational Association Convention and Exposition. Theme: "Anchor of Faith, Harbor of Light." Place: Baltimore Convention Center. Additional information at the NCEA website: http://www.ncea.org/events/ConventionExposition.asp.
Liturgical Music Conference 2007. Theme: "Liturgical Music Ministry: The Duality of Rich Spiritual Formation and Practical Pastoral Approaches." Place: St. John's University, Collegeville. Theology, liturgy, music technique sessions, studio music lessons, repertoire, prayer, and retreat time. Co-directed by Dr. Kim Kasling and Dr. Lynn Trapp. For additional information, contact Deb Guertin at (320) 363-2862; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
July 31-August 5
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