The Liturgy Committee is concerned with the overall worship life of the parish, including the liturgies of the Church (i.e., the Eucharist and the Hours) and other public and private forms of devotion (e.g., Stations of the Cross). The committee seeks to bring the Cathedral parish community and others closer to God through all forms of worship. It seeks to nurture and deepen the parish’s public and private prayer life through liturgy including the sacramental rites, devotions, and related ceremonies and events. It encourages the community’s full and active participation through well-formed liturgical ministries and programs. It also strives to be a model of the Church’s liturgical life in her service as the mother church of the Archdiocese.
Members: Betty Sullivan, Fatima Aybar, Danya Dayson, Nathan Krieg, and Kevin Reder
Meetings: Meetings are normally held on the 2nd Saturday (2 - 3:30pm) in the months of January, March, May, July, September and November, unless otherwise indicated. Meetings normally are held using virtual technology as a more convenient mode for members' participation.
- Liturgical Formation
- Liturgical Celebration Planning
- Liturgical Practices and Evaluation
Source Documents for Members:
- Constitution on Sacred Liturgy (Vatican II)
- Constitution Commentaries
- General Instruction to the Roman Missal
- Sing to the Lord (USCCB)
- Liturgy Planning Calendar - Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle