History and Tradition
The late Cardinal Francis George once said, “Liturgy is the Church worshipping God, and the heart of the liturgy is worshipping God as He wants to be worshipped.” Young people from all over the country saw and experienced this truth at the second annual Young Adult Liturgy Conference, held in June at The University of Saint Mary of the Lake Mundelein Seminary through The Liturgical Institute. The plenary session ending the conference was delivered by the auxiliary bishop of Chicago, Most Reverend Joseph Perry, whose address was titled “Liturgical Tradition and Sacred Liturgy”.

Following his address, Bishop Perry was able to take a moment to talk a bit more in depth regarding the sacred liturgy and its connection to history, while also addressing why so many young people have taken an interest in the rich liturgical tradition of the Church.


Does that mean that they will start celebrating more TLMs over there?

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