#002: Exploring Liturgical Discipleship (with Christopher Ferraro, featuring Dr. Tim O'Malley)

Christopher Ferraro

Christopher Ferraro

In today’s episode we explore “liturgical discipleship;” how we as liturgists and pastoral musicians approach our work with an eye toward evangelization, catechesis, and formation. Host Matt Reichert is joined by Christopher Ferraro, speaking about the ways we are able to meet the particular needs of our communities within the universal liturgical life of the Church. We also hear from an earlier presentation by Dr. Tim O’Malley, sharing his thoughts about the critical contributions liturgists and pastoral musicians can make to the new evangelization. 


Dr. Tim O'Malley

Dr. Tim O'Malley


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Christopher Ferraro's article "This Parish, This Ritual, This 'Pastoral' Setting" can be found in the January 2018 issue of Pastoral Notebook. The print version of Dr. Tim O'Malley's plenum address, Challenges to Unity," can be found in the November 2017 issue of Pastoral Notebook. These issues are available only to members NPMBecome a member today!

You can find out more about the Liturgical Music Institute, under the direction of our guest Christopher Ferraro, by visiting the institute website at www.liturgicalmusicinstitute.org

You can learn more about the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy, under the direction of our guest Dr. Tim O'Malley, by visiting the Center's website at liturgy.nd.edu

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