Join us for a webinar on Mar 15, 2016 at 1:00 PM EDT.
From its very inception, architects, artists and musicians have assisted the Church in the proclamation of the Gospel and the celebration of the liturgy. Stained glass windows, sculptures and paintings have told the story of our faith. Churches and Cathedrals were built for the glory of God and the edification of the people. And it is simply impossible to imagine the liturgy without the arts which are essential to its celebration.
This workshop will look at the importance of art and architecture in the life of our church throughout history and specifically for our Catholic liturgy today.
Johan van Parys, Ph.D., a native of Belgium holds graduate degrees in art history and comparative religious studies from the Catholic University in Louvain, Belgium and. in theology from The University of Notre Dame in Indiana. He has been Director of Liturgy and the Sacred Arts at The Basilica of Saint Mary in Minneapolis since 1995. Johan lectures extensively throughout the country on a variety of topics relating to liturgy and the arts. His book “Symbols that Surround Us” (Liguori) was published in 2012. “What’s the Smoke for? And other Burning Liturgical Questions” (Liturgical Press) was published in 2014.
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What: Illumination of the Church
When it comes to utilizing newer technologies in the modern church, it seems that there is a constant struggle between what is needed to move forward and what is felt or perceived as needing to be preserved. Whether a change in lighting technology is needed to meet the safety requirements of a space, is desired to create a connection to a younger congregation, or simply to allow people to revel in and enjoy the beauty inherent in the architecture and art of churches around the world, churches have been forced to make some changes.
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Who: Jason Foster, Horton Controls Group
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