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The Bishops' Committee on the Liturgy is a standing committee of the National Conference of Catholic Bishops (NCCB). Additional information on worship can be found at their web site.


Important information for Liturgical Ministers

Important Letter to Liturgical Ministers

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Liturgical Ministry Schedule


Mass Schedule for the Area Faith Community (revised Apr 1, 2017)

Mass Times 
Saturday 
4:00pm Church of Our Lady, Manannah 
St. John 'S, Darwi@ 
8:00am 
8:30am 
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10:30am 
12:00pm 
Sundav 
St. Philip's, Litchfield 
Church of Our Lady, Manannah 
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St Philip's, Litchfield 
St. Philip's, Litchfield (Spanish) 
Sacrament of Reconciliation 
Saturday— 4:30pm at St. John's Church 
Saturday - 3:30pm at Our Lady of Manannah

Join our Bishop, John LeVoir in a prayer for vocations.


General Instruction of the Roman Missal
 

On Holy Thursday, 2000, Pope John Paul II approved the revised Institutio Generalis Missalis Romani, popularly known as the General Instruction of the Roman Missal (Pending revised version). The present revision will replace the 1975 edition of the Institutio Generalis and is now available in Latin from the Vatican Press and in an English language study edition from the NCCB Secretariat for the Liturgy. This summary is offered to our readers in order to provide an introduction to some of the new aspects of this important liturgical document.

Secretariat for the Liturgy
The Bishops' Committee on the Liturgy is a standing committee of the National Conference of Catholic Bishops (NCCB). The Committee has the responsibility in the bishops' conference for all matters relating to the liturgy. The Secretariat for the Liturgy carries out the work of the Bishops' Committee on the Liturgy. It oversees the preparation and approval of liturgical books and texts and grants the concordat cum originali for publications of liturgical texts in the U.S.A.; it reviews all publications in the U.S. which contain excerpts from approved liturgical books. It also provides leadership in liturgical formation and sacramental catechesis, especially by means of its monthly BCL Newsletter and other publications. Finally it serves as a resource for bishops and diocesan liturgical commissions and offices of worship, and persons seeking advice (Q&A).