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Saturday 2PM

God is glorified in the praises of all humanity, and the Psalms have been a blueprint for praise for the last several thousand years.

King David, who wrote many of the Psalms, understood the ebb and flow of life seasons. When you peruse the Psalms, you find some brimming with praise and thanksgiving and some bemoaning life and health and disloyal friends. But no matter the circumstance, most of David’s poems end with encouraging thoughts about God. And truly, no matter what we face today or find ourselves carrying from day to day, we can be encouraged as we ponder David’s words about the kind of God we have.

Join us for a workshop which will explore some of the psalms of praise.

Rosemary Lavelle

God is glorified in the praises of all humanity, and the Psalms have been a blueprint for praise for the last several thousand years.

King David, who wrote many of the Psalms, understood the ebb and flow of life seasons. When you peruse the Psalms, you find some brimming with praise and thanksgiving and some bemoaning life and health and disloyal friends. But no matter the circumstance, most of David’s poems end with encouraging thoughts about God. And truly, no matter what we face today or find ourselves carrying from day to day, we can be encouraged as we ponder David’s words about the kind of God we have.

Join us for a workshop which will explore some of the psalms of praise.

Ian Callanan

Ian Callanan is one of Ireland’s leading composers of liturgical music. He has been involved with liturgical music his entire life and has been composing music for over 30 years. He is an accomplished composer, arranger, score editor and workshop leader. Ian’s own works are undoubtedly inspired by Ireland’s great musical tradition. Such is the popularity of his music that it can be heard sung in the many varied languages throughout Europe. Much of his music has been used for television and radio broadcasts.

Ian holds an honours masters’ degree in Religion and Culture from Mater Dei, Dublin and an honours degree in Music from NUI Maynooth. He is a member of the Irish Church Music Association Council and he is also the music director of the “Emmanuel” programme, for the Dublin Diocese, and the “Seinn” programme which involve over 3000 secondary (high school) students, learning new liturgical music, culminating in a celebration concert.

Over the past 20 years Ian has travelled throughout Ireland, Great Britan, Spain and the United States as a concert performer, workshop speaker, and retreat leader in the areas of liturgical music, liturgy and prayer.

Closing Liturgy

Sumer School 2021 will close with the celebration of the Eucharist. The board and guest directors/spreakers will also be in attendance. the liturgy will be live streamed on Facebook, Youtube and here on our website.  Our celebrant fo rteh closing Liturgy is Fr Martin Brown OSB.

Fr Martin Browne OSB

Martin Browne is a Benedictine monk of Glenstal Abbey, in County Limerick. He is currently Headmaster of the abbey’s boarding school and is part of the abbey’s chant schola. He has been involved in church music all his life and has a particular interest in liturgy and ecumenism.

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