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Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy

At the second session at Vatican II Council, on December 4, 1963 with a vote of 2,147 to 4 of the world's bishops, the Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy was promulgated.  Ths web page has been designed to answer questions and give important information about this documnt, the heart and soul of Catholicism, our worship.
 
Worship is the source and summit of the Catholic Life.  Visit this page and learn all about how the Second Vatican Council sharedour modern worship.  The Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy was the first of the documents promulgated, and it is the foundation for all the other council documents.

The document itself can be found by scrolling to the bottom of this page.  Simply click on the link.elow.

The Stewards of the Tradition:  A statement by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), A statement about the Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy on the fiftieth anniversary.

Our Study Groups continue:
Through study, prayer, and reflection, explore this first Vatican II document promulgated on December 4, 1963. 
 
Session 6 - Thursday, April 3rd at 10:00 a.m.
                in The Good Shepherd Center (East 4th Street)
 
Materials distributed last week are available below.  Because there are materials to be distributed, please register
for one of the above sessions by emailing S. Mary Ann at:  
 
 
Video Resources for the twelve themes found in the Constitution (each about 5 minutes).
 
 
See the files listed below to access a copy of the Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy as well as other handouts listed as subpages..
 
 
 
 
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