Documents & Photos

2013

Samuel Torvend's Plenary Presentation


2012

Fred Niedner's Plenary Presentation: Blessing - God's Last Hope, and Ours

Photos from ILS 2012 click here to view:  http://www.flickr.com/photos/instituteofliturgicalstudies/ 


2011

Sheer Grace: Our Dwelling Place in All Generations
The psalter, the songs of the assembly, begin as habit but become habitat, a place in God we cannot lose.
Frederick Niedner



Papers

Selected sessions of the Institute of Liturgical Studies are available in Adobe Acrobat (pdf) format; the Acrobat Reader is available as a free download from www.adobe.com

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2011

Sheer Grace: Our Dwelling Place in All Generations
The psalter, the songs of the assembly, begin as habit but become habitat, a place in God we cannot lose.
Frederick Niedner




2010

 
April 13 Truemper Concert Commentary by Susan Cherwien
All of Us Go Down to the Dust: Worship Life at the Time of Death

2009

One Body, Washed:  Maundy Thursday
Fred Niedner

2008

The Work of the People as Public Work: The Social Significance of the Liturgy
by William T. Cavanaugh

Liturgy and Love as Political-Ecological Virtue
by Cynthia Moe-Lobeda

2007

Healing, Faith, and Liturgy, by Christoffer Grundmann

Rituals of Care: A Look at the Church's Ministry wtih the Sick

2005

On the Table-Servers: Ministry in the Assembly, by Gordon Lathrop

Martin Luther's "Priesthood of All Believers" and Other Pious Myths, by Timothy Wengert

Have We Come All This Way for Birth or Death? Liturgical Music as Prophetic Ministry, by Kathleen Harmon

2004

Media Art in Worship: The Potential for a New Liturgical Art, Its Pastoral and Liturgical Challenges, by Eileen Crowley

2003

Liturgical Enculturation: Forty Years of Progress and Tradition, by Anscar J Chupungco, OSB

Liturgical Enculturation: The Future That Awaits Us, by Anscar J Chupungco, OSB

Sermon at the Closing Eucharist (Commemoration of St Philip), by Craig Satterlee

2002

Sermon at the Opening Eucharist, by David G Truemper

Closing Plenary Address, "Enough, Already -- but Perhaps Not Yet," by David G Truemper

Grace Upon Grace:
Institute of Liturgical Studies Occasional Papers
1994-1996

Table of Contents

Introduction: Grace Upon Grace
Randall R. Lee

1994 Living Bread

Table of Remembrance
David N. Power, OMI

The Lord's Banquet:
Resources, Problems and Prospects from the New Testament
Edgar Krentz

The Church Musician As Steward of the Mysteries
Carl Schalk

What Gets Changed? Sam Gets Changed
Gabe Huck

The Witness of the Worshipping Community
Frank C. Senn

1995 Living Water

Grace Upon Grace: Living Water
Hans Boehringer

Christianity's Boundary-Making Bath
The New Testament Meaning of Baptism, the Sacrament of Unity
Edgar Krentz

A Midrash on Water
Joseph A. Edelheit

Dying and Rising As We Grow Up: Lifelong Baptismal Formation
Elaine Ramshaw

The Melody of Living Water: Music Ministry and Holy Baptism
Jan Michael Joncas

Doing the Holy Things: Baptism and Vocation
Gordon Lathrop

The Cost of Making Disciples
Walter Huffman

1996 Living Word

The Language of the Psalter and Sunday Worship
Gail Ramshaw

Sound Theology: The Risk of Audition
Ed Foley

Living Word: Sharper Than Any Two-Edged Sword
Edgar Krentz

The Word Becomes Flesh
Louise Williams

What's Hecuba to Him, or He to Hecuba
Paul W.F. Harms